Paris, Hôtel de Ville – France

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Hôtel de Ville Paris, France

This is not a hotel, motel or other building you can sleep in. This is the Town Hall of Paris.

From 1357 onwards this area is used for this purpose. In 1533 they removed the old buildings and replaced it with a grand building. Subsequently they added two wings in 1835. During the French Revolution they raized it down the ground. However, after the Revolution they restored the Town Hall. It took them 9 years to finish this restoration, but in 1882 it was ready. 

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