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Transcript of Paris
Hi! We've organised a tour around France, where we are going to visit 5 of the most important cities of this country.
Marseille is the second largest city in France and it is located on the southeast coast of France.
The city has about 800,000 inhabitants.
THE ABBEY OF SAINT VICTOR
-Commemorate the arrival of the river Durance to Marseille.
Castle of IF
-It was erected on a small island in the Frioul islands.
Cathedral of Saint Etienne
-It was built in 1071 with a gothic and roman style
The "Pont Neuf"
-It is the most ancient bridge
Basilica of St. Sernin
-It is the most important monument of Toulouse
-Lyon is third most popular city in France.
Saint John Palace
-It was the episcopal residence since the Middle Ages.
Basilica of Furviere.
-It is the biggest construction in the city.
-It was built in the 19th century.
-Built in the V century near the grave of the martyr St. Victor of Marseille.
-Most important places of Catholicism
-It houses the Museum of Arts and Natural History Museum.
-It was declared a historical monument in 1999.
-Designed for the protection of Marseille.
-Now it's only a place of tourist attraction.
-Paris is the capital of France. It is on the banks of the river Seine, in the north of the country.
The "Arc de Triomphe"
-It stands in the middle of the Place Charles de Gaulle.
The Eiffel Tower
-The Eiffel Tower is an iron tower, located on the Champ de Mars in Paris.
Lille is the largest city in French Flanders, the fourth largest metropolitan in France.
Place du Général-de-Gaulle
-It is historically de main square of the city.
-Is the cathedral of Lille, Gothic Revival style.
The Place of the Republique.
-Is located in the district of Lille Centre.
-The city is divided in 3 zones: the roman, the medieval and the modern zone.
-It is located on the southwest of France. It's crossed by the Garona river
-It is called as "The unfinished cathedral".
-It was built between 1544 and 1632
-His builder is Nicolas Bachelier and Louis Privat
-Roman style and it is a peregrination church.
-Built between 1080 and 1096.
-It is located on the east of France.
-Located between the rivers Saona and Rodano.
-In 1750 it was completely renovated by an architect chenevard.
-It is known for his tourist interest.
-Nowadays the beautiful reception rooms are opened to the public.
-It was built in honor to the Virgin Mary.
-It's located up the hills of the same name, in the ruins of Lugdunum.
-It could hold about 10.000 people.
-It's very important for his age and use.
Is a city in the north of France, on the banks of the river Deûle.
-Of Grand Place, name still commonly used by Lille.
-It was renamed in honor of Charles de Gaulle
Notre Dame de La Treille.
-Its construction was made in 1854 for completion in 1999.
-In 2008 metropolitan cathedral seat of the archobisp is made.
-Originally named Place Napoleon III.
-It is created on the perimeter ditches of the old fortifications at the end of the Notre Dame.
-The city has about 2,000,000 inhabitants.
-It is one of the world's leading business and cultural centres.
-It is an historic Catholic cathedral, where the French Gothic architecture are in contrast with the Romanesque architecture.
-It honours those who fought and died in the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars.
-The monument was designed by Jean Chalgrin in 1806.
-It was designed by the engineer Gustave Eiffel.
-Designated the entrance arch to the 1889 World's Fair.
-The tower stands 324 metres tall and it has three levels.
-It was damaged during the French Revolution, but nowadays the church is in use.
-It started to build in 1163 and it was completed in 1345.