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6th grade French Section X


Table of Contents Arc de Triomphe

Amandine (Amanda)

Parc Astérix

Dylan (Jack)

Père Lachaise Cemetery

Emma (Alyssa)

Notre Dame

Raphaël (Alden)

Opéra Garnier

Clara (Sabrina)

Musée du Louvre

Mathieu (Mathew)

Tour Eiffel

Hugo (Aaron)

Château de Versailles

Pierre (Brendan)

Château de Fontainebleau

Zack (David)

Basilique du Sacré Cœur

Elisa (Lizzy)

Sainte-Chapelle

Damien (Parker)

Jardin du Luxembourg

Sophie

Moulin Rouge

Claire (Sydney)

Château de Chambord

Victor (Monit)

Musée d’Orsay

Alexandre (Danny)

Stade de France

Julien (Charlie)


PARC ASTERIX 1. It is an amusement park in Plaily. Plaily is about 30 km north of Paris. 2. The main character of the park is Asterix and his best friend Obelix. They were heroes in books created in 1959 by French writers. They were the most famous European graphic novels in the world; they sold over 350 million copies. They were translated into over 120 ATTRACTIONS languages. In the story Asterix and • The Roman Empire Zone-You can Obelix lived in the year 50 BC in the try and pass Caesar’s test. Or village Gaul. The amusement park could go on rides such as the was built in 1989. Roman River or the Caesar •

http://www.themedparks.co.uk/Parc_Asterix.html http://www.electric-image.co.uk/travel/France/ParcAsterix/asterix.html

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Coaster. La Greece Zone- Heat to the top of Mt. Olympus on the Compete with the Gods coaster. Or you could see a dolphin show with a dolphin named Galeo. The Vikings Zone- the main attraction of the Vikings Zone is the Galere where you can ride on a pirate ship that rocks back and forth. You could also visit a super crazy roller coaster named the Goudurix. Through Time Zone- You can defeat your ghost fears in the Transdemonium dungeons. La Gaulle Zone- In the Village of Hero’s you can see your favorite characters in dances, shows etc. Two very popular water themed rides are Menhirs Express and The Great Splash.

http://www.themedparks.co.uk/Parc_Asterix.html



Pere Lachais Cemetery Alyssa Blackmon http:/gothicculture.com/images/stories/tourism/Europe/Pere_Lachais_Cemetery/Pere_Lachais e_cemetery.jpg

The Pere Lachiase Cemetery is the largest and oldest cemetery in Paris. It opened on May 21, 1804. There are about 70,000 tombs with many statues along the graves. With about 109 acres, the cemetery is about the size of a small town. It is also the greenest area in Paris. The Pere Lachiase cemetery got its name from King Louis XVI’s priest, Father Francois d’Aix de Le Chaise. There are many famous men and women buried in the cemetery, so it is a very popular place for tourists to visit. europeantrips.org/wpcontent/uploads/2012/04/P%C3%A8re-LachaiseCemetery.jpgtown http://pgoh13.com/pere_lachaise.jpg


Opera  Garnier   Sabrina  Burrows  

The  Opera  Garnier  is  one    of  the  two    Opera  halls  of  the    Opera  National  de  Paris.     This  Opera  hall  was     founded  by  Louis  XIV.   The  Opera  hall  was  finally    Completed  and  Inaugurated    in  1875.   The  Opera  hall  was  part  of     Napoleon  the  III’s   “reconstructed  city”   It  was  one  of  the  “jewels”  of  the   new  city.  It  was  very  expensive   and  has  so  much  detail.   The  bulding  was  built  by   Charles  Garnier  which  is  how   the  building  got  its  name.   Even  though  it  is  and  Opera  hall,   it  is  now  mainly  used  for   ballet  performances.   This  Opera  hall   is  a  very  unique  and  beautiful  building.   It  is  still  around  today  and  should   be  for  a  very,  very  long  time.  

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Mathew  Cherfane  

Palais du Louvre  

 

 

 www.flickr.com The Palais du Louvre houses one of the largest art museums in the world and contains one of the most important art collections. The Palais du Louvre is easily accessible in the center of Paris, on the right bank of the Seine River. The Palais was originally constructed as a fortress in 1190 by King PhilippeAuguste to protect Paris from Viking raids. The last edition to the original structure was completed in 1874. The glass pyramid that is now used as the main entrance was designed by the architect I. M. PEI and opened in 1989. Many people come to see the museum’s three great ladies:

1. Venus de Milo

2. Mona Lisa

3. Victory of Samothrace

muse.louvre.fr www.louvre.fr/en/routes/masterpieces-0

   

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Eiffel Tower Aaron Clark

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The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889. It was built by Gustave Eiffel. It is located in Paris, France. It was built for the World exposition in 1789 It took two years to build. It averages seven million visitors per year. It is a radio transmission tower. It has one hundred twenty antennas. It is three hundred twenty-four meters tall.


The Palace of Versailles Brendan Filoramo

The magnificent structure we know of as The Palace of Versailles started out as a small hunting lodge built by Louis XIII in 1624. In 1669, Louis XIV, expanded Versailles to a massive palace. He hired architect, Louis Le Vau, Baroque artist, Charles Le Brun, and landscape architect, Andre Le Notre to create the amazing structure and landscaping we see today. The palace is located in Versailles, France. The total construction of the palace took 60 years. http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multi media/archive/00683/palace -versailles-4_683790c.jpg

It is famous for many reasons. It is the largest and costliest built palace in the world. It was once the center of political power where Louis the XIV, Louis the XV, Louis the XVI and his wife Marie Antionette resided. The palace has ornately designed rooms, the famous Hall of Mirrors and lush gardens featuring 1,400 beautiful fountains. The palace officially became a museum in 1837.

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 Chateau de Fontainbleau By zack fox

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Over 1500 rooms and has over 500 aces of forest Built in the 12th century for renaissance kings to live in it It is a humongous palace Francois 1 was the first to start building the Fontainebleau, saint Lois added a hospital wing to the Fontainebleau in 1241 and Napoléon refurnished the palace in 1804 Napoléon gave it the name House of the Centuries Attracted many kings to live in it 55 miles from the center of Paris

Phillip IV who was the son of Phillip III died in the Fontainebleau

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Basilique Du Sacre Coeur The Basilique Du Sacre Coeur is a church located in Paris. It is one of the most well known churches in the city. The construction of the church took place from 1875 to 1919. Inside the church is France’s largest mosaic.The Basilique Du Sacre Coeur is located on the Montmartre hill. Due to its location it towers over the city including the highest part of the Eiffel Tower.

europeantrips.org/basilique­du­sacre­coeur­in­montmartre­paris.html

The Basilique Du Sacre Coeur is also known as The Basilica Of The Sacred Heart. 234 steps lead you to the Dome on the top of the Basilique Du Sacre Coeur. From the dome you can see most of the amazing sites in Paris. Including the Eiffel Tower one of Paris’s most popular monuments.

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Sainte Chapelle by Parker kimberly  Sainte Chapelle was built in the thirteenth century AD by King Louis IX and was visited until 1862 when France said it was too important as a historical monument.  King Louis had it built on ile de la cite to store his passion relics.  Some of the reasons it is so important today is its gothic architecture, which an expensive, and pretty style. Also it is one of the last surviving buildings of the Capetian Royal Palace on ile de la cite.  Some of his passion relics included the crown of thorns, image of Edessa, and thirty other important religious artifacts. This is a ground view facing up to the massive, extravagant roof of Sainte Chapelle.

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Jardin du Luxembourg Famous because of the palace that is in the gardens

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There is a pond in the garden as well.

Gardens have big statuse.


Moulin Rouge The Moulin Rouge was built in 1889. Joseph Oller built this crazy place. It is located at 82 Boulevard de Clichy, Paris. The Moulin Rouge was built because they wanted a temple with music and dance. This was a place where many bad things could happen.

The Moulin Rouge was burnt down, and was a very devastating thing that happened. They had to re-build the whole building with time and effort. Once it was built for the second time it was even better and people still had the most fun time at night, dancing and singing.

http://www.tomamusica.com/caratulas/Bso-Moulin-Rouge-Esp-Delantera-4489.htm

The Moulin Rouge had many fun, crazy, and loud things happening there. People were dancing, singing and just having a good time. This was a place where you could be yourself and have the best night ever.


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Château  de  Chambord   Located  in  Bloise,  France   Is  an  interesting  and  neat  building  to  visit   Is  one  of  the  biggest  and  most  famous  manner   houses  in  the  world   It  was  dedicated  to  an  wealthy  king  named   King  Froncois  1  of  France   It  took  1800  people  to  finish  the  Château  de   Chambord  and  took  over  25  years  to  build  it.   It  was  built  in  1547  and  has  over  420  rooms   and  it’s  surrounded  my  a  22  mile  wall   Was  built  by  King  Froncois,  the  architect     Doemenico,  and  the  workers   Its  an  Great  view  and  is  a  safe  place  to  live  in     Has  Renaissance  architecture  and  it’s  a  great   part  of  French  medieval  art   King  Froncois  believed  it  wasn’t  finished  and   wanted  to  make  it  bigger   It’s  one  of  the  most  recognizable  Châteaux  in   the  world   Worth  an  amazing  vacation   Has  84  staircases  and  365  fireplaces  in  the   whole  palace   The  dungeon  has  over  1200  horses  just  for  its   army    


• Come  and  visit  the  amazing  richness  of  King   Froncois  1  of  France  !!!    

      http://www.freemages.co.uk/browse/photo-­‐675-­‐   chateau-­‐chambord.html   http://www.see-­‐and-­‐do-­‐france.com/chateau-­‐de-­‐ chambord.html   www.see-and-do-france.com/chateau-de-chambord.html

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/specialsections /ricksteves/Chateau-­‐de-­‐Chambord-­‐440-­‐Rooms-­‐ of-­‐Royal-­‐Opulence.html   http://www.france.fr/en/sites-­‐and-­‐ monuments/chateau-­‐de-­‐chambord   http://www.37-­‐ online.net/gb/castles/chambord_gb.php                    


Musee d’Orsay Paris - France Musée d'Orsay entrance: 1, rue de la Légion d'Honneur 75007 Paris Admission: €8.00 adults; €5.50 ages 18-30; free for ages 17 and under. Free admission for everyone on the first Sunday each month. Hours: Daily, 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.; closed on Mondays. Entrance A: Individual visitors without a ticket. Entrance C: embers, visitors with tickets or passes, Web site: http://www.musee-orsay.fr

A favorite museum in Paris, the Musée d’Orsay is a must-see for any art-lover. The magnificent building that now houses the French national collection of art from 1848 to 1914 is in fact a restored railway station, originally built in 1900 Contact us:

Phone: +33 1 40 49 48 14

Admission: €8.00 adults; €5.50 ages 18-30; free for ages 17 and under. Free admission for everyone on the first Sunday each month. Hours: Daily, 9:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m.; Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.; closed on Mondays. Entrance A: Individual visitors without a ticket.

Entrance C: Members, visitors with tickets or priority access

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1900-1939 built and used as a railway terminal Construction Date: Station 1898 - 1900 1939–1969 It was used as a mailing center Museum 1979 - 1986 1970 – Building was scheduled to be demolished Station Architects: Lucien Magne, Emile Bénard and Victor Laloux however changed to be put on list of Historic Monuments. Museum Architects- ACT architecture group, made up of M. Bardon, M. Colboc and M. Philippon 1978 –Museum listed as official Monument. Idea to turn the station into a museum came from the Directorate of the Museums of France. 1981 – Italian architect Gae Aulenti was chosen to design the interior. 1986 – July the museum was ready to receive its exhibits. 1986 – December – Museum officially opens by then president Francois Mitterrand.

Pictures found at: https://www.google.com/search?q=musee+d'orsay&bav=on.2,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.54176721,d.eWU,pv.xjs.s.en_US.ygZTy49sR78.O&biw=2133&bih=971&dpr=1 &um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=tSxfUpC4KI2ayQHG6IDYDQ

Danny Quigley French – Madame Martin James McNe ill Whistle r, Whistl er' s Mothe r, a port rait of the art ist s mothe r,

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Stade de France!

http://stadiumvibe.com/stade-de-france

By Charlie Tanas

Stade de France is the national stadium of France. It can seat 81,338 people to capacity. In Stade de France they host soccer and rugby; they are their two main sports.

The Stade de France was built in May second 1995 and opened on January 28, 1998.It also hosted many major events. Like sports and concerts. Stade de France hosted The Rolling Stones, Madonna, and even the UEFA champion’s league.

 


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