Paragraph 1 As one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, the Eiffel tower stands proudly as the captivating centerpiece of the distinguished painting that is the River Seine. Towering over the radiant city of love, this monument has eclipsed all limits of beauty… and more. This destination, – no, this masterpiece has captured the hearts of all tourists, blessing all with her alluring gaze. Paragraph 2The Louvre – home to the timeless masterpiece that is the Mona Lisa. This extensive museum is home to many fine pieces of art – so many, in fact, that it would take you over a hundred days to admire them all. The Louvre’s distinctive look (designed by I.M. Pei), showcases the thought and work that went into this charming museum, and former home to the king. The Louvre is a must – see attraction, should you be in Paris at any given time. Paragraph 3Enduring much destruction and restoration; the Notre Dame cathedral still stands tall today, as one of the most memorable destinations in all of Paris. Known in French as “the Cathedral of our Lady of Paris,” this monument certainly lives up to its name, its spires towering over the rest of Paris – standing at over 60 feet. It’s stunning stained glass crowns this spectacular structure, gracing all who visit. Notre Dame is truly a destination that you should visit – and is the architectural wonder that will glorify France forever. Paragraph 4Commissioned to to be built by Napoleon in 1806, the Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile commemorates his victory in Austerlitz. As one of the most famous monuments in Paris, it stands at the right bank of the River Seine. It’s splendid design showcases the work of architect Jean François Thérèse Chalgrin, and the tireless efforts of the French, thirty years in the making. To visit the Arc de Triomphe is a great privilege, a privilege one must enjoy at least once in their lives. Paragraph 5Baguettes, painters, and beautiful architectural structures – Paris has it all. Once the home to the King of France, the Palace of Versailles is now a museum open to all tourists, making it an exceedingly popular tourist destination. The Palace of Versailles is the embodiment of power and glory in Paris – and is one of the most beautiful Palaces left in the world. To go to France and not to visit the Palace of Versailles is to be missing out on one of the greatest experiences in your lifetime.