The French do not exaggerate when they call Paris - the capital of the world. It is a city of eternal celebration and bright lights, freedom and adventures, mystery and romance, fashion and beauty, coffee and croissants in the morning and Michelin starred dishes in the evening. This town beckons and leaves no one indifferent. Those who have visited this city hundreds of times always come back for a reason, each time discovering a new area of unique beauty. Paris has never been afraid to bleed in the name of art and culture, both ancient and modern. As Earnest Hemingway put it, “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” The architecture of Paris never ceases to leave you with a vivid impression of its history - from medieval cathedrals to Baroque palaces, from the ostentatious mansions of the XIX century to the extravagant modern buildings, sculptures and fountains.