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Candid Pictures of the Delegates

***Currently we are not open to the public,
 due to illness, changes and construction.***


Sainte-Chapelle ("Holy Chapel")Renowned for its richly hued stained-glass windows, comprising 600 square meters (6,456 sq ft) in area. Two-thirds of the pieces are original works, representing the finest examples of 12th century craftsmanship.


Notre Dame





Eiffel Tower


Views from the Eiffel Tower

  Inner Works


  People below - tiny ants


  Mariann    Holly



Seine River



Arc D'Triomphe



Le Louvre - the famous museum located in the heart of Paris. We were able to see the Mona Lisa - She was smaller that I had imagined


The center of the Place is occupied by a giant Egyptian obelisk. It once marked the entrance to the Luxor Temple. On the pedestal are drawn diagrams explaining the machinery that were used for the transportation. The red granite column rises 23 meters high, including the base, and weighs over 250 tons. Missing its original cap, believed stolen in the 6th century BC, in 1998 the government of France added a gold-leafed pyramid cap to the top of the obelisk. The obelisk is flanked on both sides by fountains constructed at the time of its erection on the Place.

In 2000, French urban climber Alain "Spiderman" Robert, using only his bare hands and feet and with no safety devices, scaled the obelisk all the way to the top.


Palais Garnier is an opera house.
It was often also called the Paris Opera, but since the building of the Opéra Bastille in 1989, it is referred to as the Opéra Garnier.


Hard Rock Cafe

Our own Frenchman!