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The city is a major railway, highway, and air-transport hub served by two international airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle the second busiest airport in Europe and Paris-Orly. Gare du Nord is the 24th busiest railway station in the world, but the first located outside Japan, with million passengers in Paris is especially known for its museums and architectural landmarks: the Louvre was the most visited art museum in the world inwith Paris received Paris hosted the Olympic Games inand will host the Summer Olympics.
The name "Paris" is derived from its early inhabitants, the Celtic Parisii tribe. Bythe Grand boulevards were lit. The Parisiia sub-tribe of the Celtic Senonesinhabited the Paris area from around the middle of the 3rd century BC. It became a prosperous city with a forum, baths, temples, theatres, and an amphitheatre. Clovis the Frankthe first king of the Merovingian dynastymade the city his capital from As the Frankish domination of Gaul began, there was a gradual immigration by the Franks to Paris and the Parisian Francien dialects were born.
By the end of the 12th century, Paris had become the political, economic, religious, and cultural capital of France.
After the marshland between the river Seine and its slower 'dead arm' to its north was filled in around the 10th century,  Paris' cultural centre began to move to the Right Bank.
In the late 12th century, Philip Augustus extended the Louvre fortress to defend the city against river invasions from the west, gave the city its first walls between andrebuilt its bridges to either side of its central island, and paved its main thoroughfares. Withinhabitants inParis, then already the capital of France, was the most populous city of Europe. By comparison, London in had 80, inhabitants.
During the Hundred Years' WarParis was occupied by England-friendly Burgundian forces frombefore being occupied outright by the English when Henry V of England entered the French capital in ;  in spite of a effort by Joan of Arc to liberate the city,  it would remain under English occupation until Bartholomew's Day massacre in which thousands of French Protestants were killed.
This king made several improvements to the capital during his reign: he completed the construction of Paris' first uncovered, sidewalk-lined bridge, the Pont Neufbuilt a Louvre extension connecting it to the Tuileries Palaceand created the first Paris residential square, the Place Royale, now Place des Vosges. In spite of Henry IV's efforts to improve city circulation, the narrowness of Paris' streets was a contributing factor in his assassination Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised Les Halles marketplace in After Richelieu's death init was renamed the Palais-Royal.
To demonstrate that the city was safe from attack, the king had the city walls demolished and replaced with tree-lined boulevards that would become the Grands Boulevards of today.
Paris grew in population from aboutin toin Paris was the centre of an explosion of philosophic and scientific activity known as the Age of Enlightenment. Paris was the financial capital of continental Europe, the primary European centre of book publishing and fashion and the manufacture of fine furniture and luxury goods. In the summer ofParis became the centre stage of the French Revolution. On 14 July, a mob seized the arsenal at the Invalidesacquiring thousands of guns, and stormed the Bastillea S.T.
- Carmen Electra - Carmen Electra of royal authority. Inas the revolution turned more and more radical, the king, queen, and the mayor were guillotined executed in the Reign of Terroralong with more than 16, others throughout France. The population of Paris had dropped byduring the Revolution, but between andit surged withnew residents, reachingDuring the Restorationthe bridges and squares of Paris were returned Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised their pre-Revolution names, but the July Revolution of in Paris, commemorated by the July Column on Place de la Bastillebrought a constitutional monarch, Louis Philippe Ito power.
The first railway line to Paris opened inbeginning a new Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised of massive migration from the provinces to the city. After months of blockade, hunger, and then bombardment by Tush - Various - Hellbilly Slappin Covers 2 Prussians, the city was forced to surrender on 28 January On 28 March, a revolutionary government called the Paris Commune seized power in Paris.
The Commune held power for two months, until Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised was harshly suppressed by the French army during the "Bloody Week" at the end of May Bythe population of Paris had grown to 2, It was the birthplace of FauvismCubism and abstract art  and authors such as Marcel Proust were exploring new approaches to literature.
During the First World WarParis sometimes found itself on the front line; to 1, Paris taxis played a small but highly important symbolic role in transporting 6, soldiers to the front line at the First Battle of the Marne.
The city was also bombed by Zeppelins and shelled by German long-range guns. On 14 Junethe German army marched into Paris, which had been declared an " open city ". None of the children came back.
In the s and the s, Paris became one front of the Algerian War for independence; in Augustthe pro-independence FLN targeted and killed 11 Paris policemen, leading to the imposition of a curfew on Muslims of Algeria who, at that time, were French citizens.
On 17 Octoberan unauthorised but peaceful protest demonstration of Algerians against the curfew led to violent confrontations between the police and demonstrators, Symphonie (Orchester Version) - Silbermond - Das Beste which at least 40 people were killed, including some thrown into the Seine.
Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised Mayprotesting students occupied the Sorbonne and put up barricades in the Latin Quarter. Thousands of Parisian blue-collar workers joined the students, and the movement grew into a two-week general strike. Supporters of the government won the June elections by a large majority.
The May events in France resulted in the break-up of the University of Paris into 13 independent campuses. It was highly controversial, and it remains the only building in the centre of the city over 32 storeys high. In the early 21st century, the population of Paris began to increase slowly again, as more young people moved into the city.
It reached 2. InPresident Nicolas Sarkozy launched the Grand Paris project, to integrate Paris more closely with the towns in the region around it. After many modifications, the new area, named the Metropolis of Grand Pariswith a population of 6.
Between July and Octobera series of bombings carried out by the Armed Islamic Group of Algeria caused 8 deaths and more than injuries. On 7 Januarytwo French Muslim extremists attacked the Paris headquarters of Charlie Hebdo and killed thirteen people, in an attack claimed by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and on 9 January, a third terrorist, who claimed he was part of ISILkilled four hostages during an attack at a Jewish grocery store at Porte de Vincennes. On 3 Februarya two-backpack-carrying, machete-wielding attacker shouting "Allahu Akbar" attacked soldiers guarding the Louvre museum after they stopped him because of his bags; the assailant was shot, and no explosives were found.
The city is spread widely on both banks of the river. The overall climate throughout the year is mild and moderately wet. Surprisingly warm or cool weather occurs frequently in both seasons.
Snow falls every year, but rarely stays on the ground. The city sometimes sees light snow or flurries with or without accumulation. However the city is known for intermittent abrupt heavy showers. The highest recorded temperature is For almost all of its long history, except for a Get On The Floor - Various - Circuito Underground brief periods, Paris was governed directly by representatives of the king, emperor, or president of France.
The city was not granted municipal autonomy by the National Assembly until The current mayor is Anne Hidalgoa socialist, elected 5 April The mayor of Paris is elected indirectly by Paris voters; the voters of each arrondissement elect the Conseil de Paris Council of Pariscomposed of members.
Each arrondissement has a number of members depending upon its population, from 10 members for each of the least-populated arrondissements 1st through 9th to 36 members for the most populated the 15th. The elected council members select the mayor. Sometimes the candidate who receives the most votes citywide is not selected if the other candidate has won the support of the majority of council members. Once elected, the council plays a largely passive role in the city government, primarily because it meets only once a month.
The current council is divided between a coalition of the left of 91 members, including the socialists, communists, greens, Honeymoon (Louis La Roche Modernised Edit) - Various - Modernised extreme left; and 71 members for the centre-right, plus a few members from smaller parties.
Each of Paris' 20 arrondissements has its own town hall and a directly elected council conseil d'arrondissementwhich, in turn, elects an arrondissement mayor. The number of deputy mayors in each arrondissement varies depending upon its population. There are a total of 20 arrondissement mayors and deputy mayors. The budget of the city for is 9. The number of city employees increased from 40, in to 55, in The largest part of the investment budget is earmarked for public housing million Euros and for real estate million Euros.
It includes the City of Paris, plus the communes of the three departments of the inner suburbs Hauts-de-SeineSeine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marneplus seven communes in the outer suburbs, including Argenteuil in Val d'Oise and Paray-Vieille-Poste in Essonnewhich were added to include the major airports of Paris.
The Metropole covers square kilometres square miles and has a population of 6. The new structure is administered by a Metropolitan Council of members, not directly elected, but chosen by the councils of the member Communes.
The Correspondents - Whats Happened To Soho? its basic competencies will include urban planning, housing and protection of the environment.
Though the Metropole has a population of nearly seven million people and accounts for 25 percent of the GDP of France, it has a very small budget: just 65 million Euros, compared with eight billion Euros for the City of Paris. It is composed of members representing the different communes within the region. The Socialists had governed the region for seventeen years.
The Le Dicen La Loca - Candido Fabre Y Su Banda - Fabré Y Sus Éxitos council has members from the Union of the Right, 66 from the Union of the Left and 22 from the extreme right National Front.
As the capital of France, Paris is the seat of France's national government. For the executive, the two chief officers each have their own official residences, which also serve as their offices. The two houses of the French Parliament are located on the Left Bank. The President of the Senatethe second-highest public official in France the President of the Republic being the sole superiorresides Johnny Cash - Now, There Was A Song! the "Petit Luxembourg", a smaller palace annexe to the Palais du Luxembourg.
France's highest courts are located in Paris. Following the motto "Only Paris is worthy of Rome; only Rome is worthy of Paris";  the only sister city of Paris is Romealthough Paris has partnership agreements with many other cities around the world.
The security of Paris is mainly the responsibility of the Prefecture of Police of Parisa subdivision of the Ministry of the Interior. It supervises the units of the National Police who patrol the city and the three neighbouring departments.
It is also responsible for providing emergency services, including the Paris Fire Brigade. There are 30, officers under the prefecture, and a fleet of more than 6, vehicles, including police cars, motorcycles, fire trucks, boats and helicopters. In addition to traditional police duties, the local police monitors the number of discount sales held by large stores no more than two a year are allowed and verify that during summer holidays, at least one bakery is open in every neighbourhood.
Vans of CRS agents Die Zwei Blauen Augen - Gustav Mahler - Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen - Rückert-Lieder - Kindertot frequently seen in the centre of the city when there are demonstrations and Deadlock - Τέλος Υπανθρώπων - Η Γένεσις events.
The police are supported by the National Gendarmeriea branch of the French Armed Forcesthough their police operations now are supervised by the Ministry of the Interior. The traditional kepis of the gendarmes were replaced in with caps, and the force modernised, though they still wear kepis for ceremonial occasions. Crime in Paris is similar to that in most large cities.
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