Designed in the Neo-Gothic style according to the plans of the Redemptorist brother Gérard at the end of the 19th century, the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is one of the five minor basilicas of Paris.
The Church of St. Lawrence in Paris is a beautiful Roman Catholic church in the Flamboyant Gothic style listed as a historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture.
Puteaux is a nice town in the administrative region of Île-de-France, in the department of Hauts-de-Seine, just west of Paris, located on the west bank of the Seine River. Its territory includes the whole of the island of Puteaux crossed by the bridge of the same name.
The Seine is the second-longest river in France, extending over 770 km/478 mi from Burgundy through Paris and Normandy before joining the English Channel at Le Havre.
The Montmartre Cemetery (French: Cimitière du Nord) is a surprisingly popular destination for history lovers since it is the final resting place of many famous French personalities and international figures who lived and worked in Paris.
The Paris Catacombs (French: Catacombes de Paris) are the dark underworld of the City of Light hiding many secrets. With the remains of over six million people, they have been called the world’s largest grave. The site is a network of old caves, quarries, and tunnels stretching hundreds of kilometers, and seemingly lined with the bones of the dead. Although it is open to the general public today, access is limited to only a small section of the network.