Spring 2001
Mr. Schwartz

Mapping Paris

 

 

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Bienvenue a Paris!

It is necessary to understand the basic geography of Paris to appreciate the history of the city. Maps from different periods can also help one to understand social changes over time. The social, economic and political geography of the city is reflected in its layout.

Below is a map of Revolutionary Paris between 1789 and 1806.

Click on the section of the map you want to see in detail.

 

Historic Sites of Paris:

The Seine River

The Bastille

Wall of the Farmer's General

Champs Elysees

Tuileries Palace and Gardens

Champ de Mars

Interesting Topics:

Sewer Systems of Paris

Cultural Paris

The Streets of Paris:

Paris of 1789

Napoleonic Paris

 

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