Place Vendôme, a square located at the starting point of Rue de la Paix.
Hotel Ritz Paris in Place Vendôme.
Deluxe stores in Place Vendôme.
La Colonne Vendôme, Column of Vendôme, erected by Napoleon to celebrate the victory of Austerlitz. On top of the column is a bronze statue of Napoleon.
Several luxurious shops are around Place Vendôme, this is Godiva…
… and Lalique.
Obelisk on Place de la Concorde.
The Pantheon, a neo-classical church in the Latin Quarter of Paris. It was originally an abbey dedicated to St. Genevieve, but now functions primarily as a burial place for famous French heroes.
The tower of the Pantheon.
University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, located next to the Pantheon.
University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne.
On Rue Soufflot away from the Pantheon and toward Jardin du Luxembourg, Luxemburg Garden.
On Rue Saint-Jacques, not far from the intersection with Rue Soufflot.
I don’t remember where this is… XD
Dalloyau near Luxemburg Garden, the address is: 2, place Edmond-Rostand 75006 Paris. Website: http://www.dalloyau.fr/
Inside Jardin du Luxembourg, Luxemburg Garden. Marie de Medici, bought this place and had the garden designed to replicate Florence’s Palazzo Pitti, after Henry IV’s assassination in 1610.
Medici Fountain in Luxemburg Garden.
Amorino gelato shop.
The candy assortment is so cute!
Jean Paul Hevin, the chocolaterie.
Hall of Justice.
Notre-Dame de Paris, also known as Notre-Dame cathedral, at Île de la Cité.
Closer view of Notre-Dame’s rose window.
Bronze statue in front of Notre-Dame, but I’m not sure what this is.
Cafe at the corner near Notre-Dame.
Hôtel de Ville, City Hall, seen from Île de la Cité.
The river in front of the City Hall is Seine.
The bridge between Île de la Cité and Île St-Louis.
A chocolaterie at Île St-Louis.
Pylones store at Île St-Louis. These colorful birds serve as good companions on office tables to keep your paper clips tidy and chirp when shaken.
Funny umbrellas in Pylones, see the Buddha one standing on the back?
There are cat umbrellas with fuzzy coats.
Another view of River Seine.
The Hôtel de Ville, City Hall, houses the office of the mayor of Paris. It was rebuilt in the 1870s in its original French Renaissance style inspired by the castles in Loire Valley.