It's Nice Around The Password
Paris, French, is located on the banks of the Sen River, over 2,000 years old. Site Island in Sene, the one where the Notre Dame is, during Caesar ' s time, was called Lutezia/Lutetia / Lutece and was the capital of the Celtic Parisian tribe. At that time, Julius Caesar conquered him, and until the early mid-century, the city was under the Roman foundation. After the Romans left, King Chlodwig I, in about 508, made him the capital of the French kingdom, but in a few years later, he was destroyed by the Normans. By 1210, a wall with five towers had been built around Paris; in that time, more than 100,000 people lived in the city. In Napoleon, Paris has become the capital of Europe and has since remained, at least in a humanitarian and cultural sense. The city was almost unaffected in two world wars - to be honest, he got more from his own revolutions... Today in the city (this is 105 square kilometres) there are 2,000.000 people living in the city, and in the Big Paris, 10,000.000 people. It is divided into 20 districts, four blocks each. There are also semi-official areas with geographically uncertain, rough borders - for example, Latin quarters or Montreal... Paris is the city of love, including the same-sex, in addition to the Klishi Boulevard, with numerous adult shops, there are also gay-like neighbourhoods of Maré, while gay-parad is in Paris (Marche des Fiertes LGBT, Marsh De Fiert) in the summer, late June (the last was 25 June 2011).
So what and how. Look in Paris.? Below is a list of sights, as well as general useful information in airports, hotels, transport, security rules and languages, shopping, food and, of course, toilets!