July 3rd, 2006  11:01 AM
July 3rd, 2006  11:10 AM
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July 3rd, 2006  1:33 PM
Notre Dame Cathedral on the
Ile de la Cite (1163-1300s).
Buildings on Quai de
The banks of the Seine,
upriver of Ile St. Louis.
The 52 m high Colonne de
Juillet (July Column) at the
former site of the Bastille.
Bricks in the Bastille
roundabout mark the supposed
walls of the Bastille.
July 3rd, 2006  3:57 PM
July 3rd, 2006  4:17 PM
July 3rd, 2006  6:22 PM
July 3rd, 2006  5:47 PM
Winged Victory of Samothrace
in the Musee de Louvre.
Venus de Milo in the Musee de
The Hotel de la Marine and the Hotel de Crillon (a Hotel) in the Place de la
Concorde.  There were 1343 beheadings in this square during the Reign of Terror.
Triomphe du Carrousel anf the
Louvre in the background.
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July 3rd, 2006  7:04 PM
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July 3rd, 2006  7:45 PM
July 3rd, 2006  8:01 PM
The Champs Elysees a wide
avenue designed in the 17th
Century to lead to Versailles.
The Eiffel Tower (1889).
View of the Seine at Bir Hakeim
from the Eiffel Tower.
Sacre-Coeur in Montmartre as
seen from the Eiffel Tower.
The line-up to come up the
Eiffel Tower.
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July 3rd, 2006  10:42 PM
July 13th, 2006  5:06 PM
July 13th, 2006  4:55 PM
Institut de France.
Tour boat on the Seine.
Notre Dame Cathedral
The Palace of Luxembourg
The statue of 4 French Cardinals
in the Square before the Church
of Saint Sulpice.
July 13th, 2006  5:09 PM
July 13th, 2006  5:12 PM
July 13th, 2006  5:22 PM
July 13th, 2006  5:24 PM
Interior of the Church of Saint Sulpice the second largest church (after
Notre Dame) in Paris.  Built between 1646 and 1732.
Chapel in behind the main alter
at the Church of St Sulpice
The gnomon (sun-dial) and
famous "PS" over the Right
Transept Door.
Obelisk and brass line of the
gnomon used to calculate the
date of Easter.
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July 14th, 2006  10:29 AM
July 14th, 2006  10:47 AM
July 14th, 2006  10:56 AM
July 14th, 2006  10:15 AM
Eglise de la Madeleine north of
the Place Concorde begun by
Napoleon completed 1842.
Where's the parade.  Unable to
see the Bastille Day parade
through the crowd.
The famous Red, White and
Blue fly over by Military jets on
Bastille Day.
The Cavalry waits for their
moment in the parade.
Finally close enough to see the
parade, French VABs (armoured
personnel carrier).
July 14th, 2006  11:01 AM
July 14th, 2006  12:08 PM
July 14th, 2006  12:09 PM
July 14th, 2006  12:10 PM
July 14th, 2006  12:34 PM
The AMX-10P Armoured
Personnel Carrier.
AMX 30 AuF1 Self-propelled
gun returning to its Unit after
the Parade.
AMX 30 EBG Armoured
Engineering vehicle returning
to base.
LeClerc Main Battle Tank. After
the parade a number of these
were racing about.
Another AMX 30 AuF1 in the
Arch de Triumphe round-about.
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