monuments and buildings
of france


The monuments and buildings of France are legendary; many are icons that instantly tell you 'This is France'. Think of the Eiffel Tower, perhaps the most iconoclastic of them all, and you immediately think 'France', or 'Paris'. But there are many others, just as distinctive: the modern Millau viaduct, the ancient Pont du Gard, the many World Heritage Sites, and, of course, the many splendid chateaux.



Discover the monuments and buildings of France through the links below:

Aigues-Mortes (Tower of Constance)
Amiens cathedral
Arc de Triomphe (Paris)
Canal du Midi
The stones of Carnac
The Chateaux of France
Chateau Royal d'Amboise
Chateau d'Auvers-sur-Oise
Chateau de Chambord
Chateau du Colombier
Chateau d'If
Ch√Ęteau de Pierrefonds
Cluny Abbey
The Conciergerie, Paris
Eiffel Tower
Millau viaduct
Pont du Gard
Vimy Canadian War Memorial





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