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Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts – PullCast will travel to Paris in September to showcase its wonderful products at Maison et Objet 2018 (7-11 September). On that light, decided to teach you something new about one of the biggest cities in Europe. Ready?

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts

1st- In total, there are 38 cities called “Paris” across the world: from the United States to Sweden and even in Panama. How crazy is that? When you think about Paris you think ‘Paris France‘ and not any other kind of ‘Paris’.

2nd- Up until 2012, you could only find one single “STOP” sign in all of Paris. This sign was located at the exit of a construction material company in the 16th arrondissement. The sign has since been removed. French people never stop, or should we say that are no stops in a Paris city guide?

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts

3rd- The longest street in Paris is the rue Vaugirard in the 15th arrondissement. It is 4,360 meters long. You can’t even see the end of it.

4th – The shortest street of Paris is the rue des Degrés in the 2nd arrondissement. It is 6 meters long.

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts

5th- Paris is #1 in the world when it comes to the number of libraries, it has 830 of them in total. People go there not just because of the books, but also because they have worthy interior design inside.

6th- There are 470,000, trees in Paris. They counted. If you are bored and don’t know what to do in Paris, you can start counting too.

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts7th – Paris was founded in the 3rd century BC and was previously called Lutetia.

8th – There are in total 1,803 monuments and 173 museums in Paris.

Get Ready for Paris in September With These 10 Fun Facts9th – The motto of Paris is “Fluctuat Ner Mergitur”, which means “Tossed but not sunk” in Latin, referring to a ship.

10th -Believe it or not, the monument that is visited the most in Paris it isn’t the Eiffel Tower, but the Notre-Dame cathedral with more than 14 million visitors in 2014.

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