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Paris has a lot of visitors!


15 million people checked in to hotels in Paris in 2010

7 million French people and 8 million foreigners visited the capital

Le webdoc montre le problème de l'inégalité des chances à l'école et la solution de la discrimination positive.

Why do tourists come to Paris?

To see the museums and monuments

What are the most popular sites?
Two churches: Notre-Dame de Paris and Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre, 10 million visitors a year.
Five museums: the Louvre, 8 million; Château de Versailles, 5 million; la Cité des Sciences, Centre Pompidou, the musée d'Orsay, 3 million.
And: the Eiffel Tower, 7 million.

Une solution : la discrimination positive

To shop in the 4,000 fashion boutiques

Top tip: don't miss the January and July sales!
L’égalité à l’école
This memo is part of the workshop
L’égalité à l’école

Did you know?

On the first Sunday of every month, admission into many of the monuments and museums is free.

Anecdote

Paris loves tourists! On the benches in Montsouris Park, machines give declarations of love in foreign languages.
These are talking benches by the artist Christian Boltanski.

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