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France is known throughout the world for the richness of its heritage. Historical monuments, diverse and varied breathtaking natural landscapes and unspoiled villages with extraordinary charm make up this extraordinary historical and natural heritage, which has nothing to envy in the United States, Thailand or even other countries. Let’s view and read about some French Heritages.

In just 100 kilometers, we can go from the greenest plains to the steep mountains through the most turquoise waters. Here are presented today 20 of the most unmissable and magnificent places of French heritage; it was very difficult to choose, so rich is the latter. So grab a little beauty at the heart of this currently dreary daily life, and take the opportunity to escape!


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Mont Saint-Michel French Heritage

Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most symbolic monuments in the French landscape. Each year, more than three million people jostle to visit Mont Saint-Michel, a magnificent medieval setting. Everyone is fascinated by this proudly standing abbey, protected by its ramparts. Nowadays, only 44 people live there permanently, which allows this site to be so well preserved. The Mont Saint Michel is certainly one of the most popular tourist attractions in France and has been listed as a World Heritage Site UNESCO in 1979. It is the third most visited tourist site in France after the Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles.

Palace and Park of Versailles

French Heritage


Versailles is 20 kilometres southwest of Paris city centre, across the Petit Parc and the Palace and Park of Versailles. In the 17th century, the best artisan craftsmen created a regal work of art, the last residence of Louis XVI. Ensure you’re astonished by everything you see on your visit to Versailles. From the French garden to the Hall of Mirrors, you’ll feel as if you’re part of a fairy tale.

Chartres Cathedral French Heritage

Chartres Cathedral

Chartres Cathedral, one of France’s greatest Gothic masterpieces, dates to the end of the 12th century. It is located around 80 km southwest of Paris and is renowned for its enormous spires, which rise to 105 and 113 metres. The stained glass windows are also impressive.

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