Every country has it’s own beauty but one place I’d really like to visit is Paris in France. It has a lot of breathtaking sights like:
Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel)
Eiffel Tower is the symbol of Paris andthe most recognizable landmark of the city. It was built by Gustave Eiffel for the World Exhibition of 1889 and it was never meant to be a permanent addition to the city's skyline. The figures are impressive but forget about them and try to enjoy the sight. Everyone wants to visit this landmark so expect the lines to be long. Musee du Louvre
The Louvre is the world's largest museum and one of the world's greatest art collections in the world. The palace stretches for about half mile between the Seine and rue de Rivoli. Some of the kings used it as their residence before the court moved to Versaille. Louvre was first opened to the public in 1793 and has been used as a museum ever since. The Louvre's collection is overwhelming in size and it includes paitings, drawings, sculptures, antiquities, furniture, coins etc. Most people run to see the two ladies, Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa and the statue of Venus de Milo. They are always surrounded by a crowd of people.
This is one of the most beautiful churches.
It was built in 1248 by Louis IX to house what was believed to be the crown of thorns from Christ's crucifixion and fragments of the true cross. The building is actually two chapels in one. The first floor chapel which was for servants and lower members of the court is beautiful with its flying buttresses but the upper chapel is infinite more striking. To get upstairs you have to climb a dark spiral staircase. Once you enter the chapel you'll be moved by the light that inundates the room created by the 15 magnificent stained glass windows separated by the narrowest columns. This chapel was for the king and important members of the court. The church is approached through the court of Palais de Justice. Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe sits at the western end of Champs-Elysees. It's the biggest triumphal arch in the world, about 164 meters high. The arch was commisioned by Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate his victory but wasn't ready for his bride entrance into Paris, 4 years later.
It has been used for state funerals and parades. The Arc saw its happiest moments in 1944 when the parade for the liberation of Paris passed under it. Hotel de Ville
The beautiful building which serves as Paris City Hall is a 19th century reconstruction . The building overlooks a charming pedestrian square, a nice place to walk and a nice place to skate in winter when a ice-skating rink is to be found here. The square was once a site for public executions. Notre Dame de Paris
Located at the center of Paris and that of, Notre Dame had witnessed some of the greatest moments in the city's history. Its setting on the banks of the Seine is beautiful and inspiring. the cathedral remained largely unaltered until the French Revolution when it was damaged by the revolutionaries.
The beautiful facade is divided neatly into three levels, with three overwhelmingly carved portals guiding your entrance (the Portal of the Virgin on the left, the Portal of the Last Judgement in the center and the Portal of St. Anne on the right).
All this places are wonders in France that someday I would really like to visit.