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Monuments.guide - Guide des monuments historiques
Monuments Guide est le guide touristique des monuments historiques de Paris et de province. Il répertorie plus de 40000 monuments inscrits et classés: des chateaux, des boutiques, des musées à visiter.
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Monuments.Guide - Guide of historic monuments
Monuments Guide is the tour guide of historic monuments of Paris and province. It lists more than 40,000 registered and classified monuments: castles, shops, museums to visit.

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