|Many of these stone carvings can be found inside the Louvre Museum.|
- The Pantheon
- Jardin du Luxembourg
- Notre Dame
- Sainte Chapelle
If you've been to Rome, you'll notice that the facade of this Pantheon is similar to that of Rome. It was made originally as church dedicated to St. Genevieve but nowadays it is maintained as a secular mausoleum. The Pantheon kept all the remains of distinguished people of France such as Voltaire, Victor Hugo and Marie Curie.
|Pediment of The Pantheon|
|Joan of Arc|
|La Convention Nationale (The National Convention)|
|The Crypt. This is where the greatest people of France were entombed.|
|Entrance to the Luxembourg Palace and Gardens|
|One of the statues inside the Luxembourg Park with the view of The Pantheon.|
Another amazing spot in paris is the Sainte-Chapelle. It is a gem of High Gothic architecture. I can't deny that with the pretty elaborate design and structure of this building. We went into this place on our Day 4. We didn't have much time that afternoon to explore it.
|Marie-Antoinette's Cell at Conciergerie|
|Clothes in the 14th century|
|Irish Pub on our way to The Pantheon|
|I was deceived by this painting Rue Lhomond Paris|
|What a lovely street to walk.|
|Not so busy road at Paris|
And that concluded our Day 3. See you on Day 4.