there are better and more beautiful assembly buildings in India, the Karnataka legislature in Bangalore to name one.
About Assemblee Nationale
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This great building is where the house of Parlament is located. You can visit while Cycling on the side of the Seine, and take a great pic of it!!
This is an impressive structure on the banks of the River Seine used by the lower house as its Parliament. The French certainly know how to construct a building that has a large "wow" factor and this is one of them.
Great location on the banks of the Seine, easily reachable by bicycle by following the Quai d'Orsay from the Eiffel tower.
My student group visited the French National Assembly, which is the lower house of Parliament. We had a live guided tour supplemented by an audio tour which was in English. A short film in English preceded the tour. The building had lovely gardens like Versailles,...More
The National Assembly building, also called the Palais Bourbon, is situated on the left bank of the Seine, facing the Place de la Concorde. This impressive palace was originally built as a residence for the Duchess of Bourbon. Today, this significant building serves as the...More
the national assembly of france is located on the bank of seine river...nice architecture....historical value..impressive...
Located on the left bank across the Pont de la Concorde, is this majestic building. Formerly the Palais Bourbon built in 1728, as a result of the revolution, the then owners were ousted by the republicans, becoming the home of the French Assemblée Nationale. During...More
The historical value of the building far surpasses its structural value. It is a witness of the great events of the revolution with all its iconic names: Danton, Robespierre, etc. and along with the factions Girondains and Montagnards. Its visit is a must for history...More
This building is of great interest to people such as me, who are students of French history and modern history in general. During our most recent visit to Paris, we had the opportunity to take a close look at the building from the main road...More