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Basilique du Sacré Coeur

When visiting Paris the Basilika of Sacré Coeur is a must to see. Situated on the hills of Montmartre overviewing Paris the view from it, is perhaps just as impressing as the inside.

The outside reminds you very much of the Taj Mahal and perhaps it was inspired by it as it was built 250 years after Taj Mahal.

From the Basilika take a short walk to Place du Tertre the place in the heart of Montmartre which is normally filled with artists trying to sell you their pictures. In the panorama by Antonio Moya the place is empty. It´s early in the morning and at Le Sabot Rouge only a single customer is having his morning café au lait. The tables at the square are empty, the waiter is preparing the tables and the artists has not arrived yet.

Paris Pages; Basilique du Sacre Coeur

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QTVR Photo © 2004 Antonio Moya

This impressive atmosphere was caught by Antonio Moya a French photographer from Strasbourg who you can read more about in my first feature page.

Also view 24 B Place du Tertre, you get the feeling of an early morning in Paris