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June 11, 2010

Let’s Visit Paris

Sitting on the river Seine in the heart of Northern France, this capital city of 2+ million has captured the heart of the world. For its art, its culture, its fashion, and more – the reasons are too many to count for why each year hordes of travelers make their way here.

The history of Paris is a dynamic one, from its humble starts as a Celtic settlement through the French Revolution and two World Wars up to its golden age as a global hub that it still enjoys today.

This rich past infuses modern-day Paris, with a blending of old and new that makes it feel timeless. The Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysées, Notre Dame cathedral, the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur, the Panthéon, the Opéra Garnier, the Louvre, the Invalides, the Grande Arche, the Musée d’Orsay, and the Musée National d’Art Moderne, are just a few of monuments and sites that can lend any curious seeker an insight and understanding into the spirit of the city that will invariably make it come alive.

Paris is the place for experiencing the appreciation of fine food in a way you’ve surely never tasted before. Discover all the decadence of gourmet Parisian cuisine, Paris is always at the height of fashion, where the most up-and-coming styles make their premier appearances for today’s trend setters to buy. Paris boasts an invigorating nightlife, where the young and old alike can find the fun and relaxation most suited to their desires.

Paris is always a splendor to see, any time of the year, ever-changing, ever-evolving, refreshing and new each time. It’s a city of churches and cemeteries, shops and museums, parks and gardens, street performers and sidewalk cafes, singles and lovers, young and old.

Whether you’re planning a trip to Paris or just want to learn more about the famous French capital, one fantastic resource for your further study and enjoyment is the educational video program, Let’s Visit Paris, available at www.LearningTrove.com. It’s a captivating in-depth tour that brings all the magic of Paris to you, right in the comfort of your own home or classroom.

In this video you’ll finally get to see why so many tourists flood the city year in and out. And you’ll learn to get around yourself, easily and affordably, including how to navigate Paris’ public transportation system, should you ever find yourself there.

Recently 18 famous film directors from around the world were inspired to offer their own imaginative views of the city for the film Paris, Je T’aime. Je T’aime means, ‘I love you’, and when you start to explore it, you too will fall in love with the City of Love.

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