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  • Présentation chronologique, par date, d'évènements historiques de la ville de Paris la capitale de la France.
  • Ez a lap a francia főváros, Párizs történetét mutatja be, kronológiai sorrendben.
  • 52 BC - Lutetia, later to become Paris, is built by the Gallo-Romans 1113 - Pierre Abélard opens his school 1163 - Building of Notre Dame begins 1257 - The Sorbonne University is founded 1682 - Louis XIV moves the French court from the Tuileries palace to Versailles July, 1789 - Storming of the BastilleRoyal family forced from Versailles back to Paris 1814 - Paris occupied by the armies of the Sixth Coalition after the fall of Napoleon 1815 - Paris is again occupied, this time by the Seventh Coalition, after the end of the Hundred Days 1840 - Napoleon's remains are buried at Les Invalides 1853 - Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann rebuilds the center of Paris 1855 - Exposition Universelle (1855) 1856 - Congress of Paris is held 1867 - Exposition Universelle (1867) 1880 - Paris suffers a drastic change in weather which causes the Seine River to completely freeze over. 1870 - Prussian Siege of Paris. Gen von Blumenthal refuses to bombard. January 28, 1871 - Paris Commune falls 1878 - Exposition Universelle (1878) 1889 - Exposition Universelle (1889) - Eiffel Tower 1900 - Exposition Universelle (1900)Paris Métro is opened 1910 - Paris is flooded due to constant rain 1925 - Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (1925) 1931 - French Colonial Exposition (1931) June 13, 1940 - German troops enter Paris August 24, 1944 - Allied forces liberate the city 1968 - Student riots in Paris, combined with a series of strikes by workers across the country, threaten to bring down the Gaullist government 1999 - Opening of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France Paris hosted the Summer Olympics twice, in 1900 and 1924. The 1998 World Cup was hosted by France; several matches were held in Paris proper at Parc des Princes, and several others, including the final, were held at Stade de France in the suburb of Saint-Denis.
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  • Préfecture du département de la Seine
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  • Recherches statistiques sur la ville de Paris et le département de la Seine
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  • Présentation chronologique, par date, d'évènements historiques de la ville de Paris la capitale de la France.
  • Ez a lap a francia főváros, Párizs történetét mutatja be, kronológiai sorrendben.
  • 52 BC - Lutetia, later to become Paris, is built by the Gallo-Romans 1113 - Pierre Abélard opens his school 1163 - Building of Notre Dame begins 1257 - The Sorbonne University is founded 1682 - Louis XIV moves the French court from the Tuileries palace to Versailles July, 1789 - Storming of the BastilleRoyal family forced from Versailles back to Paris 1814 - Paris occupied by the armies of the Sixth Coalition after the fall of Napoleon 1815 - Paris is again occupied, this time by the Seventh Coalition, after the end of the Hundred Days 1840 - Napoleon's remains are buried at Les Invalides 1853 - Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann rebuilds the center of Paris 1855 - Exposition Universelle (1855) 1856 - Congress of Paris is held 1867 - Exposition Universelle (1867) 1880 - Paris suffers a drastic change in weather which causes the Seine River to completely freeze over.
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  • Chronologie de l'histoire de Paris
  • Párizs kronológiája
  • Timeline of Paris
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