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Within this land, he introduced buildings of all styles and eras, such as ruins of a Temple of Mars, a Gothic castle, Egyptian pyramid, Tartar Tent, Chinese pagoda among other which now makes this park very unique and whimsical.

Moreover, he dug a lake along which he built a basin surrounded by Corinthian columns, inspired by the tombs of Valois of Saint-Denis Basilica.

During the revolution, however, this was seized and it became public property. Later in , the state acquired it and under the command of Napoleon III the park was cut in half to build other building around it and it was redesigned one last time by modified one last time by the engineer Alphand, the architect Davioud and the horticulturist Barillet-Deschamps.

Today, within this park you can find a very harmonious mix of families, Parisian lovers, sunbathers , and people being physically active. This is something that is evident, as you walk through Paris and see young and older people alike running and walking to remain physically active.

As I walked through Paris, I realized the city is focused on the safety and comfort of pedestrians, with stores and markets within walking distances of homes, and traffic signs with the only purpose of allowing pedestrians to cross.

When compared to Miami, Paris is a city oriented more towards the wellbeing of its people which is perhaps a result of the legacy the French Revolution left in France.

This is the 9 th station from the west of line 2 and it is situated in the 18th arrondissement. It is near Montmartre Cemetery which is the third largest necropolis in Paris.

It is a very small and practical recreational area where people of various cultural backgrounds gather. This area was predominantly populated by people of non-European cultures who appeared to be immigrants.

Through this stop, you are able to observe the economic disparity that exists in France which is reflected not only in the size and richness of the parks but also in the surrounding areas of such.

Currently, although France is still among one of the best countries at redistributing wealth, many citizens are protesting the increase in wages and in disparities between the higher classes and the lower classes.

This station is located in the 18 th arrondissement, under the Boulevard the Clichy in Montmartre. It is near the well know Pigalle red-light district where Moulin Rouge is.

Moreover, the small square was built on the site of the former town hall of Montmartre. The style of this square is more English-like than French-like, where nature is allowed to take its course and grow as it would in the wild.

In this area of Paris art is particularly alive. The memory of hundreds of artists across the centuries resides here. Most if not all famous artists like Picasso, who lived in France made this place their home.

Art and Paris have always seemed to be hand in hand with major artistic movements taking place here. As a country, France appears to the world as one who really values art and takes pride in this.

As a tribute to the arts in Paris and its contribution to the world I have written the following poem:. La Chapelle station is situated right at the border of the 10 th and 18 th arrondissements.

These green areas were built over land that was previously developed which might have contained polluted soil. It was developed with the purpose of urbanizing the Paris-Nord-Est sector.

Currently, all the power needs of this Halle Pajol are met through solar panels. Moreover, the park itself is meant to instill the feeling of peace to its visitors by offering a place where they can respire and escape the commotion of their busy lives Network, Moreover, as seen in this park as well as various other places around Paris, they also implement recycling of plastic, glass, paper and even compost.

Currently, our world is in dire need of saving. This month of July Paris has seen its highest all-time temperature of It is inspiring to see such an influential city take matters into its own hands by taking measures to reduce waste and setting ambitious goals for the future.

The station of Jaures was inaugurated in Like the guardians of Paris, they have seen the city transform throughout the centuries.

They have witnessed the unity of France during the French Revolution, when its people stood up for their rights and came together to inspire the European nations to follow along their footsteps.

Today, still with that spirit of unity, the community of Paris comes together in this park to bathe in the waters of the Ourq river in the 19 th arrondissement.

In previous years, since , this river was actually prohibited to bathe in. It was not until when the current mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, lifted this prohibition Leloup, Now, especially during the heatwave of this month of July, the citizens of this area are able to swim in these waters and rest by the sandboxes near it and celebrate it as an event which is funded by their government.

This is a great display of community which very accurately represents the Parisian spirit. Even a small square by the canal has the power to increase the well-being of the citizens and help them cope with the effects of global warming.

Soon after its inauguration, however, it encountered a major disaster. Finally, at 8 pm a fire broke out at Couronnes station that prompted the crew to flee for their lives.

However, some passengers stayed behind demanding a refund of the fare paid to ride the train. Soon the place became inescapable and many people died from asphyxia.

A total of 84 people died in this incidence. Following this catastrophe, the Metro system took a series of corrective measures such as dividing each line into an electrically isolated section, widening station exits, and multiple-unit trains were adopted.

Despite its tragic history, Couronnes is currently a very safe and busy stop. It is near park Belleville, a beautiful and spacious park right in the middle of modern buildings from the 20 th century.

The park is situated on a hill which was used by religious communities in the middle ages to plant vines. From the 14 th to the 18 th century taverns reigned over this hill.

In the 18 th century, however, the land was used mainly for agricultural use, and windmills were placed on the hill.

It was not until the 20 th century that the area was used as a park. Throughout centuries the spaces we now see and utilize in Paris have metamorphized with the city, although some buildings have been able to withstand the test of time.

It is incredible to explore a city with so much history and it is astonishing to see how its history has shaped its current situation.

Before the Revolution, during extremely hot weather it is very unlikely that the church would have allowed the peasants to bathe freely in the public fountains.

The country has come a long way when it comes to respecting and protecting each of its citizens, even if it is in the simplest ways such as providing a refreshing area for the community around this park to cool down in.

Pere Lachaise was first opened in for line 2. Charles Lucas is the winner of this contest and his design is implemented and it became a prison in called La Petite Roquette.

During World War II the Nazis utilized this prison to detain women who were members of the resistance and they remained in these prisons under the care of nuns and police guard.

By cells meant to hold only one prisoner, were holding up to five prisoners at a time, usually, they would contain around two common criminals and three women from the resistance.

A total of women members of the resistance were placed in this prison until when France was liberated from the Nazis. Currently, the park is a great open green space with lovely flower beds, fountains which the townspeople use during hot weathers.

Within the park you can find areas for specific for different demographics, such as the playground for children, basketball court for young adults and relaxing lawns for adults.

However, even though the public is able to use this space in a recreational way, a plaque to remember the women who contributed to the liberation of France remain on one of the sentry boxes at the main entrance.

In times when your life is constantly threated by the tyranny of a ferocious government, it is extremely difficult to stand up for your beliefs.

Whether it is the need for self-conservation or the need to protect those you love, in times like these most people become petrified by the uncertainty of their future if they do decide to fight.

Although we would love to imitate our favorite heroes in history or fiction, making that decision means making peace with giving up your life for the cause.

This is something not everyone can do. It is simply not natural to do so. Although we currently gather in groups, whether it is in our households or our cities, there is still within us the innate need to survive even at the expense of the group.

Although, this is not something we like to hear or even think about most of us are quite selfish when it comes to saving our lives and those of the people, we share genetic information with.

No, it is not evil, it is only natural. Self-preservation is a concept that ensures our species survives and it is really put to the test in situations like the ones the resistance fighters were facing during World War II.

Their selflessness and need for justice are the reason why today France is a free country. Alexandre Dumas is located on the border of arrondissements 11 and 12 and it was established in This is a small green space within the Sainte-Marguerite district.

With a playground inside this park, many families with children come to the park and enjoy some quality time together.

Having a community in which its individuals have the time and place to cherish their children and spend time with them is definitely an advantage.

Although the families of France overall receive lower incomes when compared to families in the United States, they also report a happier life.

When parents are pressed for time and hire nannies to care for them for long periods of times, they lose the so valuable connection between a parent and a child over time and this can affect the development of the child.

Other countries around the world should realize the importance of spending time in family and provide the parents with the necessary time.

The style of this square is more English-like than French-like, where nature is allowed to take its course and grow as it would in the wild.

In this area of Paris art is particularly alive. The memory of hundreds of artists across the centuries resides here. Most if not all famous artists like Picasso, who lived in France made this place their home.

Art and Paris have always seemed to be hand in hand with major artistic movements taking place here. As a country, France appears to the world as one who really values art and takes pride in this.

As a tribute to the arts in Paris and its contribution to the world I have written the following poem:.

La Chapelle station is situated right at the border of the 10 th and 18 th arrondissements. These green areas were built over land that was previously developed which might have contained polluted soil.

It was developed with the purpose of urbanizing the Paris-Nord-Est sector. Currently, all the power needs of this Halle Pajol are met through solar panels.

Moreover, the park itself is meant to instill the feeling of peace to its visitors by offering a place where they can respire and escape the commotion of their busy lives Network, Moreover, as seen in this park as well as various other places around Paris, they also implement recycling of plastic, glass, paper and even compost.

Currently, our world is in dire need of saving. This month of July Paris has seen its highest all-time temperature of It is inspiring to see such an influential city take matters into its own hands by taking measures to reduce waste and setting ambitious goals for the future.

The station of Jaures was inaugurated in Like the guardians of Paris, they have seen the city transform throughout the centuries.

They have witnessed the unity of France during the French Revolution, when its people stood up for their rights and came together to inspire the European nations to follow along their footsteps.

Today, still with that spirit of unity, the community of Paris comes together in this park to bathe in the waters of the Ourq river in the 19 th arrondissement.

In previous years, since , this river was actually prohibited to bathe in. It was not until when the current mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, lifted this prohibition Leloup, Now, especially during the heatwave of this month of July, the citizens of this area are able to swim in these waters and rest by the sandboxes near it and celebrate it as an event which is funded by their government.

This is a great display of community which very accurately represents the Parisian spirit. Even a small square by the canal has the power to increase the well-being of the citizens and help them cope with the effects of global warming.

Soon after its inauguration, however, it encountered a major disaster. Finally, at 8 pm a fire broke out at Couronnes station that prompted the crew to flee for their lives.

However, some passengers stayed behind demanding a refund of the fare paid to ride the train. Soon the place became inescapable and many people died from asphyxia.

A total of 84 people died in this incidence. Following this catastrophe, the Metro system took a series of corrective measures such as dividing each line into an electrically isolated section, widening station exits, and multiple-unit trains were adopted.

Despite its tragic history, Couronnes is currently a very safe and busy stop. It is near park Belleville, a beautiful and spacious park right in the middle of modern buildings from the 20 th century.

The park is situated on a hill which was used by religious communities in the middle ages to plant vines. From the 14 th to the 18 th century taverns reigned over this hill.

In the 18 th century, however, the land was used mainly for agricultural use, and windmills were placed on the hill.

It was not until the 20 th century that the area was used as a park. Throughout centuries the spaces we now see and utilize in Paris have metamorphized with the city, although some buildings have been able to withstand the test of time.

It is incredible to explore a city with so much history and it is astonishing to see how its history has shaped its current situation. Before the Revolution, during extremely hot weather it is very unlikely that the church would have allowed the peasants to bathe freely in the public fountains.

The country has come a long way when it comes to respecting and protecting each of its citizens, even if it is in the simplest ways such as providing a refreshing area for the community around this park to cool down in.

Pere Lachaise was first opened in for line 2. Charles Lucas is the winner of this contest and his design is implemented and it became a prison in called La Petite Roquette.

During World War II the Nazis utilized this prison to detain women who were members of the resistance and they remained in these prisons under the care of nuns and police guard.

By cells meant to hold only one prisoner, were holding up to five prisoners at a time, usually, they would contain around two common criminals and three women from the resistance.

A total of women members of the resistance were placed in this prison until when France was liberated from the Nazis.

Currently, the park is a great open green space with lovely flower beds, fountains which the townspeople use during hot weathers.

Within the park you can find areas for specific for different demographics, such as the playground for children, basketball court for young adults and relaxing lawns for adults.

However, even though the public is able to use this space in a recreational way, a plaque to remember the women who contributed to the liberation of France remain on one of the sentry boxes at the main entrance.

In times when your life is constantly threated by the tyranny of a ferocious government, it is extremely difficult to stand up for your beliefs.

Whether it is the need for self-conservation or the need to protect those you love, in times like these most people become petrified by the uncertainty of their future if they do decide to fight.

Although we would love to imitate our favorite heroes in history or fiction, making that decision means making peace with giving up your life for the cause.

This is something not everyone can do. It is simply not natural to do so. Although we currently gather in groups, whether it is in our households or our cities, there is still within us the innate need to survive even at the expense of the group.

Although, this is not something we like to hear or even think about most of us are quite selfish when it comes to saving our lives and those of the people, we share genetic information with.

No, it is not evil, it is only natural. Self-preservation is a concept that ensures our species survives and it is really put to the test in situations like the ones the resistance fighters were facing during World War II.

Their selflessness and need for justice are the reason why today France is a free country. Alexandre Dumas is located on the border of arrondissements 11 and 12 and it was established in This is a small green space within the Sainte-Marguerite district.

With a playground inside this park, many families with children come to the park and enjoy some quality time together. Having a community in which its individuals have the time and place to cherish their children and spend time with them is definitely an advantage.

Although the families of France overall receive lower incomes when compared to families in the United States, they also report a happier life.

When parents are pressed for time and hire nannies to care for them for long periods of times, they lose the so valuable connection between a parent and a child over time and this can affect the development of the child.

Other countries around the world should realize the importance of spending time in family and provide the parents with the necessary time. The Nation station is the last stop of line 2 towards the east.

Immediately after stepping outside of this station a circular park in the middle of a rotunda becomes visible. This park in itself contains a lot of history dating back to Louis XIV.

This statue was built to celebrate the th year anniversary of the French revolution. Not every nation in the world has the courage to do this, however, especially not after years of failed revolutions.

Nevertheless, in a country like Cuba, where the government has so much power over its people. Where arms and ammunition are extremely difficult to come by and where a Revolution has already devastated the country, it is difficult and unlikely to see them rise up.

A crucial part of revolutions, however, is not only the bloodshed and the violence, but also the leadership of a strong individual like Robespierre or Jose Marti who can unite the people and show them the way towards salvation.

Revolutions bring with them change, the promise of a new life but also destruction and sacrifice. Betros, G. Chhor, K.

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