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Paris

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Olivia Pederson

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Transcript of Paris

Grab Your Plane Tickets...We're Going To Paris!

The history of Paris goes back to about 2,000 years ago when 60 Celtic tribes called the Gauls inhabited the region, most notable in the Paris Basin on the lle de la Cite. One of their tribes, the Parisii, eventually gave their name to the present-day city. The Gauls were composed of warrior tribes who hunted, fished, and and lived in huts with thatched roofs. Their religion, called druidism, celebrated nature. Many present day religious festivals include remnants of druidic worship. The main festival, la fete du gui (mistletoe) welcomed in the new year. They also burned the Yule log to celebrate the return of light after a long dark season of winter. A Yule Log is a large log traditionally burned in the fireplace on Christmas Eve. Their chief warrior, vercitetorix, was defeated by the Roman army under Julius Ceasar in about 50 B.C. The Romans renamed the Gaulish capital Lutetia, which it remained until it was reconquered by a Germanic tribe called the Franks- hence the name for a present day France (land of the hanks). Their king, Clovis (465-511) converted to
Christianity
and took the old name of Paris as the invader called Vikings ( actually Norseman) invaded and pillaged Paris until they eventually became a civilized part of the community.
Where It All Began
Christianity -
the Christian religion, including the Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Orthodox churches.

Remnants-
a remaining, usually small part, quantity, number, or the like.
Gauls
-an ancient region in W Europe, including the modern areas of N Italy, France, Belgium, and the S Netherlands.
Parisians
- a native or inhabitant of Paris, France.
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Now that you have seen everything, are you convinced? Do you want to go to Paris too. I would be. Paris is a wonderful place to be. As you were listening to my prezi well, I hope you enjoyed!
FUN FACT OF THE DAY
Pictures
Steps To Plan a Trip To Paris.
The One and only...
Paris

Paris.. what a beautiful sight. Did you know that the population is 2.211 million. you will learn other cool facts in my prezi. We will be looking at pictures, listening to videos, and learning some cool fun facts. Hope you enjoy!
1. Go to
Trip Advisor
and you can find a list of
hotels and great places to see. Make sure you buy your passport while your at it!
2: Try and find some interesting places to go see and eat in Paris, there are many wonderful french delicacies and some american rest
3: Make sure to pack a few sweatshirts and a pair of pants for the night time... Lets take a look at the weather in Paris...
4: Purchase your plane ticket!!!
http://www.google.com/search?q=weather+in+paris&oq=weather+in+paris&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.6193j0j7&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=91&ie=UTF-8&gws_rd=ssl#safe=active&q=weather+in+paris+france
Let's see a clip!
We Come to an End
By: Olivia Pederson
Period:1-2

From Paris to America
Paris has a little similarity to America. In Paris they have some american restaurants. Such as
Breakfast In America , American Kitchen, McDonalds
, etc. They wear almost the same clothing. They eat different food then us though. For instance, not many american's eat croissants. But if you go to Dunkin Donuts, they do. anyway some Parisians
On March 31, is the 126th anniversary of the Public opening the Eiffel Tower.



( Credits to Cole for telling me)
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