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1 Sainte Clotilde
2 Saint-Augustin
3 Obélisque de Louxor
4 La Grande Roue de la Concorde
5 La Madeleine
6 Musée d'Orsay
7 Église de la Sainte-Trinité
8 Colonne Vendôme
9 Opera Garnier
10 Basilique de Montmartre
11 Louvre
12 Louvre (Cour carrée)
13 Rue de Rennes
14 Institut de France
15 Saint-Germain-des-Prés
16 Bourse du Commerce
17 Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois
18 Saint Eustache
19 Saint-Sulpice
20  Centre Pompidou (Beaubourg)
21 Tour Saint-Jacques
22 Hôtel de Ville
23 Tour TDF de Romainville
24 Theatre de l'Odeon
25 Saint-Séverin
26 Notre-Dame
27 Palais du Luxembourg (Senate)
28 Jardin du Luxembourg
29 Sorbonne
30 Tours Mercuriales
31 Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise
32 Colonne de Juillet (place de la Bastille)
33 Panthéon
34 Tour Clovis
35 Tour de Jussieu-Zamansky (Faculté des sciences)
36 Jardin des Plantes


Location: Paris (Tour Montparnasse)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: France      Date: 12 December 2015
This is the continuation of pano 18808. Shows the part of Paris to the north of Tour Montparnasse.
Paris is known worldwide as "Ville Lumière" (City of lights). I think this pano (and the previous one) suggests why.


Whow, simply "Großsartig"
2015/12/19 11:05 , Christoph Seger
Thank you very much for your appreciation.
I never polemized, but I think many in the website are not aware of the difficulty of making an overview like this.
2015/12/20 19:56 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I wonder why it´s impossible, to show both parts in only one panorama like me in 9338 from Maintower 3 years ago. You wrote nothing about the site conditions.
2015/12/20 20:43 , Jörg Braukmann
@Jörg: you are right; of course I can not expect everyone to know how it is made the panoramic terrace of the Tour Montparnasse.
You can not have a proper overview of 360°. The terrace, which is 210 meters high, is surrounded by glass window; only at some point there is a thin strip free.
But I think that, regardless of this explanation, would have pleased more ;-)
But this is just my opinion.
2015/12/20 23:15 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Great stuff. And good to see an elevated, lighted view of Paris these days despite all the mania. Cheers, Martin
2015/12/21 21:18 , Martin Kraus

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