Paris Architecture and Heritage City is a museum of architectural art. It collects many famous sculptures and architectural components from all over the world. The sculptures are exquisite. Some styles from all over the world have a history of thousands of years. They are really very precious. Architectural sculpture enthusiasts must go to the place, we must go for a stroll.
Want to see French architecture from the dark ages through the renaissance without buying train tickets and driving all over France? Here's the solution! The museum (permanently) shows the evolution of French architecture up until the time period of the revolution - the museum is made of mostly replicas of the originals which remain in their original forms - but the replicas are incredibly accurate! Such as a line of angels with their heads missing since the revolutionaries in 1789 cut them off. In addition there is a gallery dedicated to contemporary architecture which is so cool!! July 2014 they had an interactive exhibit of a efficient apartment. Don't forget the third or fourth floors which show some of the oldest paintings replicated from the walls of the cathedrals - with modern art interspersed for fun!
Crossing the Seine River from the Eiffel Tower, there are many old church walls and stones on the first floor of Architecture and Heritage City, and the other floor is full of modern architectural models and designs. Here you can see some magnificent scenery of the Eiffel Tower, free admission on the first Sunday of each month.
In Paris in autumn, the deciduous leaves are colorful and the buildings complement each other.
Architecture itself is a precious legacy left to future generations.