In the Center of Paris !

notre-dame CathEdral OF Paris

Le Twickenham us very near the Cité à Paris, where you can visit the towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece on the UNESCO World Heritage List that
was celebrated by Victor Hugo's novel published in 1831.
It is a quintessential Gothic cathedral, and building started in 1163 and lasted over 170 years. Until the building of Amiens Cathedral in the 13th century, it was the largest religious building in the West. Between 1847 and 1864, Lassus and Viollet-le-Duc restored part of the sculpted decorations, and even recomposed parts basing their work on old documents and works in the Cathedrals of Chartres, Reims and Amiens, the first time such an approach had been adopted.
The Te Deum mass has been sung here since 1447 to celebrate victory and a major funeral service preceded the burial of kings in the Cathedral Basilica of Saint-Denis.


Have breakfast on the terrace of Twickenham and climb on the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève in Paris to visit the Pantheon (1764-1790), the masterpiece of the architect Soufflot. Discover the famous people buried in the crypt who marked the history and identity of France.
Enjoy extensive views over Paris from the external colonnade of the dome.


Just near Notre Dame of Paris and Twickenham, visit the Sainte Chapelle, a masterpiece of Flamboyant Gothic architecture built by Saint Louis in the heart of the Palais de la Cité on the Ile de la Cité in Paris. Discover its unique stained glass windows rendering the air iridescent with light and colour, symbols of the Heavenly Jerusalem.
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By going out of Twickenham follow the banks of the River Seine in heart of Paris until the Conciergerie, the oldest remaining part of the Palais de la Cité, the first royal palace
in the French capital that was used as a prison during the French Revolution.
The Concierge was a high official of the kingdom, appointed by the king to maintain order and oversee the police and prisoner records.
In the 6th century King Clovis established his royal residence on the Ile-de-la-Cité. Hugues Capet, the first Capetian king, established his council and government here. Saint Louis had the Saint Chapelle (1242-1248), a Flamboyant Gothic masterpiece, built in the heart of the palace.

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LE Twickenham

Brasserie - Bar
68 boulevard Saint-Germain
75005 Paris

01 43 54 52 44
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