The Sewerage Museum in Paris, as early as 721 in Beijing, heard that "Sewerage is the conscience of a city". These channels lead to the Seine River, which is usually closed. Only when the water level of the underground water channel is higher than a certain level will it be opened, and the surplus water will be discharged to the Seine River. No wonder movies often have escapes from sewers. This place, not to mention crawling, is enough to perform a single acrobatics.
In Paris, I didn't go to the fragrance Museum of fragrance in ten miles. Instead, I took a rain trip all the way through my friends and went to the sewer museum hidden by Senna river. The sewage is running under my feet. The smell is the smell of sewage. I feel so sorry for my friends. But I think I'm familiar with it. It's not like this to see the underground corridor project site. But people's underground corridor took shape nearly two hundred years ago, and it was very mature one hundred years ago. And we just spread it out. Suddenly, I am very confident in GDP. Our investment in infrastructure is promising, because many things can be developed, besides PPP underground pipelines, there are also subway. At the moment, I'm not necessarily crowded on Line 4, because there's only one way to get home, but Paris, Tokyo, there are many choices for the subway line to go home. Beijing's subway network is formed in China, but the network is not close enough.
Paris Sewerage Museum is a special museum in France. It can become a museum. It also shows that the French people have advanced drainage technology. The water treatment in France has a history of 100 years. The underground water channel here is a secret place, full of mystery. But the scene feels a little scary and stinky, so fans can go and see it.
The Sewerage Museum in Paris is a very special museum. The Sewerage Museum in Paris has a history of hundreds of years. In fact, it is also an underground museum. Here you can see the oldest sewers in Paris, the changes of the whole city of Paris, and the cleaning and construction of some sewers. It's very interesting.
Mus 233; Edes 201; goutsde Paris is part of Paris's vast underground pipeline. It smells bad, but it's amazing to see the history of sewage treatment in Paris and the development of sewerage systems, because water treatment is an important part of urban public facilities. Perfect groundwater pipeline reflects the advanced degree of urban planning concept. The opening time is from May to September, from Saturday to Wednesday, from 11:00 to 17:00, from February to April, from October to December, from Saturday to Wednesday, from 11:00 to 16:00. The fare is 4.2 euros for adults and 3.4 euros for children.
The Sewer Museum is located in Alma, Punta, Paris, between the Eiffel Tower and Alexandria Bridge No. 3. In the corner of the bridge, there is a newsstand which looks like a newsstand. It buys tickets for 4.40 euros, enters the underground through spiral stairs, and then visits the underground tunnel according to the sign. The mysterious sewage equipment runs.