France is undoubtedly one of the most culturally rich countries in the world. Whether you choose to wander among the eclectic spots of Paris, or opt to spend a quiet time in historical Burgundy, savoring the fine wine and taking in the countryside, it can be said without a doubt that the natural beauty of France is unparalleled in its tourist attraction.
Apart from the scenic beauty of this country, a great point attraction for every person who visits France is the imposing yet magnificent architectural wonders that can be found here. Ranging from world famous museums to the quaint châteaux, the mix of architectural beauty found in France has the potential to enchant even the most prosaic of souls. Whether you are a student of fine architecture or the casual tourist looking to stumble upon the next best thing, the architectural treasures of France are sure to mesmerize you.
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So, without further ado, here is a list of the best architectural buildings you can visit while in France.
Located in the heart of France, the Louvre Museum in Paris is a world-renowned museum. Famed for being home to the Mona Lisa, the museum is housed in the Louvre Palace, a 13th century castle. The palace has stood witness to multiple historical events and has seen numerous additions which have brought it to its present magnificence. Apart from admiring the architectural beauty of the Louvre Palace, you just can’t miss the Louvre pyramid in the center of the courtyard. Flanked by three smaller pyramids, this man-made beauty of glass and metal serves as the entrance to the museum.
The Palace Of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles, located in Versailles, is one of the must-see architectural wonders of France. The palace has served as the main residence of French royalty right up to the French Revolution. Major attractions here are the Hall of Mirrors and Royal Opera. The architecture is inspired by the Italian style. It has also been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Metz Cathedral
Located at Metz, the Metz Cathedral is of Rayonnant Gothic architecture. The Cathedral boasts of having the biggest stretch of stained-glass windows in the entire world. With a vaulted construction and unique style, this cathedral is sure to entrance you with its unconventional beauty.
Philharmonie De Paris
The Philharmonie de Paris is one of the contemporary architectural marvels of France. The brainchild of the French master architect Jean Nouvel, this concert hall has been contructed with a large number of aluminum tiles resembling grey colored birds. Spend a day in this wondrous creation, and you will find yourself lost among the snaking ramps and myriad balconies. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the picnic area on the roof.
France is home to many more examples of historical as well as modern architecture. We feel we have only touched the surface of the architectural beauty of France. If you feel we have missed a landmark which you know of, do let us know in the comments section below.