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Reviews about Seine River

LaoTong

5/5
Reviewed on 16 Apr 2018

The Seine River runs through the centre of Paris and divides Paris into two parts, South and north. The French have their own views on the division of the two banks: facing the river into the sea, they are divided into left and right banks. It seems that such a division is more scientific because the river is winding. The two banks of the Seine River are covered with sycamore trees. The famous buildings on the two banks are everywhere: Eiffel Tower, Concorde Square, Notre Dame de Paris, Louvre, Statue of Liberty. There are many famous bridges on the Seine River: Alexander III Bridge, New Bridge, etc. Visit the Seine River by boat, enjoy these beautiful scenery, feel the fashion and romantic culture of Paris.

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