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Need help finding a good website on Paris?

Ones I find always are the same info or are just adds for places you can stay in paris.

These sites have a lot of information about the history of my favorite city plus the backgrounds of some of its most famous attractions.

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Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Exactly what kind of information do you need? I have lots of information in French, but if you tell me more, I'll be happy to give you that information in English.

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