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Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: Paris

Children’s Book About Paris: A Kids Picture Book About Paris With Photos and Fun Facts

If you ask any woman where she dreams of going someday, it will most likely be Paris. This city is steeped in old world history, architecture, dreams and romance. The Eiffel Tower is a wonder that stands proud and promises a spectacular vision, whether it be in the bright sunshine or the twinkling night sky.

Paris is the capital of France and also considered the “fashion capital of the world.” It is situated in Europe and the primary language is French. This city can boast its popularity since it is the most visited in the world. It spans 33.5 square miles (86.7 square kilometers) and has a population of over 2,243 million people.

Besides the Eiffel Tower, Paris is home to many museums. And we’re not just talking a few, but rather around 250 of them – way too many to visit in one day! Perhaps the most popular and definitely the most visited Parisian museum is The Louvre. This building sees around 8 million visitors each year, making it number one all over the world. But there is good reason for these numbers. This 652,300 square foot building is home to around 35,000 prehistoric to 21st century artifacts and art.

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Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: Paris

All About Paris

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