5. Grotte des Demoiselles, France
Located in the heart of the Languedoc region, these limestone caves are host to a wide variety of unique mineral formations and a perfect year-round place for all ages to visit.This adventure will take you through caverns with stunning giant stalactites and stalagmites, translucent draperies, calcite flows and folds. Read more
4. la Cathedrale Notre Dame de Amiens, France
la Cathedrale Notre Dame de Amiens builders were trying to maximize the internal dimensions in order to reach for the heavens and bring in more light. In that regard, the Amiens cathedral is the tallest complete cathedral in France, its stone-vaulted nave reaching an internal height of 42.30 metres. Read more
3. Rocamadour, France
Suspended between heaven and earth on a sheer limestone cliff, Rocamadour is an unforgettable sacred site. In the 11th century, this pilgrimage destination was the third most important in Christendom after Jerusalem and Rome. Read more
2. Le Mont Saint Michel, France
Le Mont Saint Michel is in good shape until this day because it remained onconquered during the hundred of years, succesfully defending it against a full attack by the English in 1433 because it’s position. This beautiful place with it’s unique location is something that you will never see anywhere else . Read more
1.Palace of Versailles, Paris, France
To visit Palace of Versailles today is to enter a world of splendor and excess – the entire palace is decorated with marble, stone, gold leaf and wood carvings. The first floor of Versailles contained the elegant main bedrooms and other rooms; while the private rooms of the king and queen overlooked the inner courtyard, known as the Marble Courtyard. Read more
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