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Reviews about Seine River

Jjp金

5/5
Reviewed on 27 May 2018

Visit the Seine River. The Seine River is a river that crosses Paris. The main business and political centre of Paris on the north bank is called the right bank. There are many famous coffee shops on the South bank, full of literary and artistic flavor, called the left bank. The origin of the "left bank coffee" that we have seen in China may be here. The Seine River is a beautiful river. Many famous and magnificent buildings in Paris are on both sides of the river. On the cruise boat, you can see the Concorde Square, the Louvre, the Orsay Museum, the City Hall, Notre Dame de Paris, the Eiffel Tower and other buildings. You can also see some beautiful bridges with different shapes on the river. The Seine River is a romantic river, with groups of people dancing with music in Latin, Waltz and many people in swimsuits lying on the bank enjoying the sun. The Seine River is also a vibrant river with cruise boats and tourists on both sides. As long as tourists from all over the world come to Paris, they will surely come to the Seine River to feel its infinite charm.

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