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Immerse yourself in history while exploring the Palace of Versailles. Its beauty serves as a mirror to the past, leaving tourists in awe of its historical glory.

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The Paris Aquarium is not only Europe's oldest aquarium (it was built in 1867), it was also Europe's largest for years. Housed in the center of the city – right next to the Eiffel Tower – on the quarries where Napoleon would house his cavalry, this institution has been part of the fabric of Parisian life for more than a century. With 4 million liters of water, and 13,000 fish from around the world, there's plenty to keep you and your family entertained here for hours on end.
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Located in a breathtaking postmodern building designed by Frank Gehry, the Cinémathèque Française is a French non-profit film organization that houses one of the largest archives of film documents and film-related objects in the world. Alongside daily showings of global cinemas on their film screens, the museum is also home to the Méliès Museum which showcases the life of French cinematic pioneer George Méliès.
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