A new belvedere in Paris

The Belvedere of the Philharmonie de Paris is the new and discreet panorama of Paris now accessible to all photographers in search of new horizons and irresistible late afternoon lights.

The iron and glass architecture of the Grande Halle de la Villette is now visible in all its splendor from the Belvedere of the Philharmonie de Paris built by the architect Jean Nouvel and close now to the Cité de la Musique.

Make a first snapshot of the Grande Halle de la Villette and the gardens of the Parc de la Villette with its autumn colors.

We do not miss the sunset over Paris with its breathtaking view of the Montparnasse Tower, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre.

The lovers are sure to come and steal a kiss in this new Parisian spot located on the roof of the building designed by the architect Jean Nouvel.

How to Access to this new spot for travelers and photographers visiting Paris?
This new observation deck, the Belvedere of Philharmonie de Paris can be reach by a lift which takes you to the 9th floor.
The doors are closed after sunset.

A perfect place to come before to go for a concert in Philharmonie de Paris, Grande Halle de la Villette, Zenith, Trabendo or Cabaret Sauvage.

 

 

Parisian clichés a web site for travelers photographers in Paris

Parisian clichés a web site for travelers photographers in Paris

Parisian clichés a web site for travelers photographers in Paris

 Parisian clichés a web site for travelers photographers in Paris

Opening 12 am – closing after sunset

Jean Nouvel and his project of the Philharmonie de Paris.

La cité des sciences et de l’industrie and his Rencontres du ciel et de l’espace planned for next 11, 12 & 13th of november.

La Géode with a projection planned on David Bowie Is on  january 10th of 2017.

La Cité de la musique and his exhibition with Mathieu Chedid meeting Martin Parr, a mix between music and photography.

Bio exhibition expected in march 2017 in Grande Halle de la Villette.

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  • casquette wati b pas cher
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    Merci pour cet article

    • Frédéric Leloup
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      Merci pour votre commentaire, vous êtes allés sur le toit de la philharmonie ?

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