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French History

MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO DDAY in Normandy If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO Eiffel Tower If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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Graveyard
MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO Women of pere lachaise cemetery If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO Spring in Paris Bastille area If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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sainte chapelle paris
MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO The knights templar in Paris If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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Paris catacombs tour
MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO Inside the Paris Catacombs If you want to know more about activities in Paris, don’t forget to drop us a line at contact@myprivateparis.com !
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MY PRIVATE PARIS VIDEO Visit Three castles of the Loire Valley This virtual tour was filmed in October 2020, in the Loire Valley. You can follow Flora Blanco, our guide, expert of French History, and Marie Segura, co-founder of My Private Paris. They will explore three French royal castles : Chinon, Amboise, Blois. They are...
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Notre Dame Paris nef
After the terrible fire of Notre-Dame cathedral on April 19th 2019, the restoration is still underway. With hopes of reopening the building to the public for the inauguration of the Olympic Games of 2024, which will be hosted by the city of Paris. In the meantime, a new attraction has just opened on January 15th....
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Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles became effective 100 years ago on the 10th of January 1920. The agreement, signed by European leaders on the 28th of June 1919, marked the end of World War I. Placing the blame on Germany for the unprecedented devastation of what was then considered as the “war to end all wars”,...
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sainte chapelle tour
What relics to see in Paris? Objects of reverence, relics are part of a deceased Holy person’s body. Throughout the middle ages, Christians venerated these holy artifacts. Since the time of Charlemagne every church was actually required to have a relic for their altar. Having relics related to Saints and Apostles would give a church...
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