The Venus De Milo: The Eiffel Tower

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Paris, France

There are many sites to see all over the world that are very interesting and have a lot of history behind them. For example, the pyramids in Egypt and Big Ben in London, England. Lets focus on just one part of the world that I find very fascinating. This place is called Paris. Paris is located in France and is actually the capital. Paris is well known for many things such as the Eiffel Tower, shopping, Art, and many more things. In this paper, I plan on going into great detail about some of the sites in Paris, France. The main thing that everyone wants to see when they go to Paris is the Eiffel Tower. The tower was named after Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and started building on January 28, 1887. Construction was complete until
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The painting today is worth about $780 million in the United States. This painting is actually guarded with high security. So many people go to see the Mona Lisa that it is actually kinda dangerous because people fight to get to the front of the crowd. This museum has other famous art work such as the Venus de Milo. Venus de Milo is a statue of a woman with no arms. The Venus de Milo is an ancient Greek statue. It is often thought to represent Aphrodite, a Greek goddess, because of the unique beauty of the woman presented. Venus de Milo is made out of marble, which means that the statue can be damaged very easily. The Louvre holds many different types of art work with statues and paintings being the main kind. Another site to see in Paris, France is the catacombs of Paris. The catacombs hold over six million peoples remains including Madam Marie Curie and her husband Pierre Curie. They were both very famous scientist. Madam Marie Curie discovered radiation and actually died from radiation poisoning. Pierre worked with Madam Marie but actually died in a horse carriage accident. The catacombs are saved for people like Madam Marie Curie and Pierre Curie, who have made huge discoveries or

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