Hotel Lambert in Paris

What is the History of the Hotel Lambert in Paris – France? The Hotel Lambert on the Île de Saint-Louis (river island of the Seine in central Paris) opposite the Île de la Cité. This Palace is one of the most beautiful of the many in the city of Paris (the so-called private hotels). The address is: Rue Saint-Louis en l’Île, 2. The Hotel Lambert in Paris has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1991. The Hôtel …

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The Artistic Walls of Carcassonne – France

Carcassonne Celebrates UNESCO Anniversary With art

Carcassonn -France- is a medieval city in the south of France and has two sites classified by UNESCO on the list of World Heritage: the medieval city, double unice fortress in Europe, and the Canal du Midi.

The Swiss artist Ticino Felice Varin ; "eccentric concentric circles" Artistic Walls of Carcassonne
The Swiss artist Ticino Felice Varin ; “eccentric concentric circles”


Main entrance to the medieval walled city. Drawbridge”

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Palace of Versailles Virtual Tour

Chateau & Palace of Versailles Virtual Tour Palace of Versailles Virtual Tour: If you are in your house in quarantine, waiting for the coronavirus crisis to pass, there are options for virtual trips. In addition to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and the Internet there are other options. Google Arts & Culture offers a virtual tour to almost 3000 museums, castles and art galleries around the world. There are many museums and palaces that offer very complete virtual tours. There is no …

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Château Paz, a French Palace in Buenos Aires

French Palace in Buenos Aires – Argentina: Château Paz It is a French Style Palace in the City of Buenos Aires with 12,000 covered meters divided into 140 rooms. There are 17 stairways, five dining rooms and 10 elevators for the four floors and the mezzanine. In the original plans of the Architect Sortais there are 40 bathrooms. Château Paz, a French Palace in Buenos Aires also known as Palace of Paz The original owner, José C. Paz, was the …

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