Parisian spots of the French Revolution. The historical Why, When and How and those attractive footnotes when visiting lesser known spots. Discovering Paris places related to the French revolution during 2 and-a-half up to 3 hours : Prelude to the Revolution : We visit a garden where it began and lead to the Bastille Day. Then King Louis requests M. de La Fayette to give a hand but time passes by and King and Church become isolated. This explains why Louis and Marie-Antoinette fled but are brought back in Paris. External War is declared as the surrounding kingdoms are scared and France become a Republic - King is dead : “Vive la République”. Girondins and Montagnards fight to lead the country. Scaffold for everyone!!! During he bloody Reign of the Terror not only priests and nobles are beheaded... A result of Danton's will and Marat newspaper articles but also of Robespierre who will live a tragic end, just like the others. The guillotine has been efficient and its story and the black humor of nicknames are interesting foot notes. As a conclusion , we will review to what extent the revolution linked to the US independence. In fact, two watershed events in European modern history.
My name is Alain, I am Paris born and bred and in love with my city where my family have lived for over 100 years. I had an extensive international experience in hi-tech groups with 20 years in Strategic Marketing - Fan of Paris history, I created a micro-company to house and share my expertise. I organize independent walks, in English or French, entirely of my own creation. I love that my visitors feel like they are true old Parisian in charming spots that seldom appear in most tours. You will learn what most people ignore when they hurry around. Join a Parisian skilled in history and enjoy.
This 1st garden is a unique quiet place but it has been volcanic. Walking to the former Tuileries Palace, then moving along the river to the prison of Marie-Antoinette, 12th C. towers there !!! Beautiful indeed... Another charming medieval place is St-Andrew Trading Court, this hidden passageway of Marat printing works. Moving to remains of the Bastille fortress : ground floor and underground... The stroll ends Pl. de la Révolution (Concorde).
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