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Posters of Paris

Created On: 3/3/2016

A trip to Paris will provide memories of a lifetime. The city is full of culture and history as well as iconic monuments that make for great images to be turned into canvas or metal prints.

Eiffel Tower

Once the tallest man made structure in the world, the Eiffel tower is the premier symbol of the city of Paris. Towering over the Champ de Mars, the monument is visited daily by thousands of tourists.

Versailles Palace

Once the center of political power and intrigue in France, the Versailles palace is a spectacle not to be missed. The palace and the gardens are an amazing place to visit and experience the history of France.


The Louvre museum is the premier art museum in the world. From the Mona Lisa to the Venus de Milo, every floor is packed with historical master pieces.


The Notre-Dame Cathedral is an awe inspiring building in the heart of Paris. Amongst the most known church buildings in the world, the stained glass and French gothic architecture are a sight to behold.

Arc Triumphe

In the middle of the city, the Arc de Triomphe stands to honor the soldiers that fought and died in France's revolutionary war, as well as the Napoleonic wars.

These images are just a few of the photos from Paris that could be turned into amazing posters or custom postcards.

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