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Triumphal Way (Voie Triomphale), Paris

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  • After walking around Champ-Elysees its a great place to pass thru. You are in the middle between most of the great monuments of Paris. On one side Arc of Triumph and on the other La Concorde, Tuilerie...  more »
  • The Voie Triomphale is a route of monuments, structures and accesses that ranges from the centre of Paris to the west. It is also acknowledged as the Axe historique. Several prominent sights and attra...  more »
  • The open city perspective from the Louvre to the Arc de Triomphe is best seen from the top of the Arc. It is a great view and one can see what the city planners had in mind. On foot this is a very, ve...  more »