River which runs through Paris
The indigenous people of Paris
Paris is the capital city of which country?
The population of Paris city (in millions)
Julius Caesar (Romans) renamed Paris to this in AD58-55
Paris neighbourhoods are generically referred to as these (Translates into 'around')
Paris has a 'north temperate' climate, which includes four distinct seasons. This is commonly referred to as this
One of many famous parks in Paris
Famous Parisian cathedral
Famous Iron structure built from 1887-1889 which stands 300 metres tall
Famous commemorative monument on the Champs Elyses, commissioned by Napolean 1 and took 30 years to build
Annual mens cycle race which finishes in Paris. The race was first started in 1903 by a sports newspaper to increase sales
Famous Parisian museum and home to the famous painting 'Mona Lisa'
PRoman Catholic church dedicated to the 'Sacred Heart' of Jesus. Consecrated in 1919 it is located at the highest point in the city of Paris
Elegant Kings palace on the outskirts of Paris
popular French pancakes commonly eaten in Paris
Paris underground transport sytem
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