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Le Petit Palais


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"Also check out the changing exhibits at the Grand Palais and Le Petit Palais."  See More

"Once the boat returns to the Quai Branly, you can walk to the Invalides, then cross the Pont Alexandre III towards the Grand Palais (a temporary exhibit centre for arts and culture) and the Le Petit Palais (art museum)."  See More

"Le Petit Palais Avenue Winston Churchill, Paris 8e -Métro Champs-Elysées Sport : "Les Points Sport Nature" attirent les sportifs dans 14 parcs et jardins de la ville de Paris, tous les dimanches matins."  See More

"My favorites are the Modern Art Museum of the City of Paris Musée Carnavalet and Le Petit Palais"  See More

"Grand Palais and the Le Petit Palais."  See More

", and the Le Petit Palais Petit Palais (the Grande Palais is across the street."  See More

"For example, you can start from Arc de Triomphe and walk down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées when you arrive at the Le Grand Palais, which stands in front of Le Petit Palais (you can enter and have a look at it, it's really nice) you can turn toward the river and see the beautiful Pont Alexandre III and keep walking on the "quais" to see Musée d'Orsay or you go back to Avenue des Champs-Élysées and you keep walking towards Place de la Concorde, which is beautiful, then you just cross the street and you are at the Jardin des Tuileries which is the park of Louvre Museum."  See More

"Keep going at you'll hit the Le Grand Palais and the Le Petit Palais, both of which usually have great exhibits and are breathtaking buildings."  See More

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