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Catacombs of Paris
Les Catacombes de Paris

146 Reviews
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Ranked No. 12 in Paris Important Religious Institutions
Closing in 57 mins Open on Tue-Sun,9:45am-8:30pm;Closed from 01/01-12/31,Mon
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-1.5 hours
Address: 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris
Phone: +33-1-43224763

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The burial site of the bones known as the "catacombs" was created in the late eighteenth century and is called the Izuvar cemetery, the formerly abandoned underground quarry dating back to the fifteenth century. For public health reasons, "The Holy Graveyard was closed in 1780 at the request of the municipal government. By a 1777 parliamentary resolution, the Mine Department was established to protect and consolidate underground buildings in Paris, to select and plan sites for the dead bones. More and more, the bones of all the cemeteries in central Paris were transferred to these ancient limestone quarries." "In particular, the city was organized by the mayor of Ottoman, and the work of transferring the remains continued until 1860, when the construction of the city was being carried out. Since the early 19th century, the catacombs have been opened to the public, causing curiosity and attracting more and more tourists. There was a fear of the atmosphere in the cemetery being oppressive." Maybe you scared yourself. Thought it would be scary, the scary sight was just part of us. The view of death after the visit is even more different.

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The Catacombs of Paris, first opened in the 18th century, is an underground cemetery holding the remains of more than six million Parisians. Climb down a narrow stone stairwell into the darkened tombs to explore the halls and caverns decorated with carefully placed bones. Some of the catacomb walls are decorated with 18th century graffiti. Visitors should remember to pack a sweater or a light jacket - the temperature can get down to a cool 14 degrees Celsius here.
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