Palace of Versailles, located in the city of Versailles, Île-de-France.
Initially, a private retreat for Louis XIII, it was transformed by Louis XIV
into a great complex and official royal residence in 1682. In the photo, above,
the chapel at Versailles, built by Robert de Cotte, 1710.
Statues in the Louvre Museum. The muse Melpomene, holding a tragic mask, is at
Notre Dame de Reims. Its construction started in 1211. Reims was the place of
several coronations of kings of France.
Mont Saint Michel, in the Normandy Coast. The rocky islet is a famous sanctuary,
designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in 1979.
The Eiffel Tower and Seine River.
Le Pont de Pierre, in Bordeaux.
Saint Raphael Beach, French Riviera, in the Mediterranean
Geographic Guide - World in Pictures.