22 Reasons We Love Gay Paris

Published Date Author: , November 24th, 2015
Gay Paris, France

Photo Credit – Marco Munda

As museums and galleries reopen in Paris after the atrocious terrorist attacks, we’ve been reflecting on what makes the French capital so special. After all, France is the most visited country in the world, with 83.7 million people stopping by in 2014 – and many of them heading straight for the city.

From its charming architecture and its instantly recognizable monuments to its epic cultural centers and buzzing fashion scene – the city’s cultural legacy is unmistakable, and its influence on music, film and literature tremendous. What elsewhere would constitute a tourist trap makes for an unmissable sight in Paris.

Here, we count down just 22 reasons why the City of Light is, quite simply, amazing.

1 The Louvre

This renowned museum is 223 years old; the iconic Louvre Pyramid, pictured above, was designed by Chinese American architect I.M. Pei in 1989. Home to iconic creations such as the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, some 9 million people visited in 2014, making it the most visited museum in the world.

By Jamie Tabberer – Full Story at Gay Star News

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