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|Le Grand Palais de Paris:|
The greatest glass-and-steel art nouveau exhibition hall in the world.
The stunning Grand Palais is set to reopen after major structural repairs and the recent renovations lasted 12 years.
With its giant glass cupola that stands out over the low Paris skyline, the Grand Palais is one of the City of Light's most visible landmarks, l...
|Despite the name the Palais Longchamp was built to be the city's main water reservoir.||09/03/2005||308|
|The Palais des Papes is a historical palace in Avignon, southern France, one of the largest and most important medieval Gothic buildings in Europe.|
Since 1995, the palais des Papes is classified with the historic center of Avignon, on the World Heritage Site of the UNESCO, with cultural criteria i, ii and iv.
Avignon became the residence of the Popes in 1309, when ...
|The "palais omnisport" of bercy is a big room for concert and sport.||11/17/2005||369|
|Herrenchiemsee is a complex of royal buildings on the Herreninsel, an island in the middle of Bavaria's largest lake, the Chiemsee, 60 km south east of Munich.|
The Neues Palais ("New Palace") is the most famous of these buildings and it is the biggest of Ludwig II of Bavaria's castles. It is in a sense a monument to his adoration of Louis XIV. In the great hall of mirro...
|This is a very famous bridge in Paris near the Grand and Petit Palais.||06/15/2006||283|
|Belgian King's house in the center of Brussels||12/16/2005||420|
|Building where the National assembly and the Senat of the RDC are located. It was build in the years 1975 to 1979 by China. Cost of the construction : 42 300 000 US$||02/18/2007||631|
|The Palais des Congrès can accommodate from 100 to 1100 delegates in 2 auditoriums and in a vast conference room with modular space. ||01/20/2009||813|
|Fair center of the city of Liege||02/07/2006||234|
|Palais de l'Elysee - headquarters of the French president.||09/10/2005||449|
|The Bourbon palace in Paris is the place of the national assembly of france.||11/17/2005||445|