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Links to related articles. Football in Germany. 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 and , rebuilt its bridges to either side of its central island, and paved its main thoroughfares.
With , inhabitants in , Paris, then already the capital of France, was the most populous city of Europe. By comparison, London in had 80, inhabitants.
During the Hundred Years' War , Paris was occupied by England-friendly Burgundian forces from , before 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 Neuf , built a Louvre extension connecting it to the Tuileries Palace , and 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 near Les Halles marketplace in After Richelieu's death in , it 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 about , in to , in 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 of , Paris became the centre stage for the French Revolution. On 14 July, a mob seized the arsenal at the Invalides , acquiring thousands of guns, and stormed the Bastille , a symbol of royal authority.
In , as the revolution turned more and more radical, the king, queen, and the mayor were guillotined executed in the Reign of Terror , along with more than 16, others throughout France.
The population of Paris had dropped by , during the Revolution, but between and , it surged with , new residents, reaching , During the Restoration , the bridges and squares of Paris were returned to their pre-Revolution names, but the July Revolution of in Paris, commemorated by the July Column on Place de la Bastille , brought a constitutional monarch, Louis Philippe I , to power.
The first railway line to Paris opened in , beginning a new period of massive migration from the provinces to the city. After months of blockade, hunger, and then bombardment by the 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 it was harshly suppressed by the French army during the "Bloody Week" at the end of May By , the population of Paris had grown to 2,, It was the birthplace of Fauvism , Cubism and abstract art ,   and authors such as Marcel Proust were exploring new approaches to literature.
During the First World War , Paris 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 June , the 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 August , the 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 October , an unauthorised but peaceful protest demonstration of Algerians against the curfew led to violent confrontations between the police and demonstrators, in which at least 40 people were killed, including some thrown into the Seine.
In May , protesting 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. In , President 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 Paris , with a population of 6. Between July and October , a series of bombings carried out by the Armed Islamic Group of Algeria caused 8 deaths and more than injuries.
On 7 January , two 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 ISIL , killed four hostages during an attack at a Jewish grocery store at Porte de Vincennes.
On 3 February , a 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 few 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 mayor is Anne Hidalgo , a socialist , first elected 5 April  and re-elected 28 June The mayor of Paris is elected indirectly by Paris voters; the voters of each of the city's 20 arrondissements elect members to the Conseil de Paris Council of Paris , which subsequently elects the mayor.
The council is composed of members, with each arrondissement allocated a number of seats dependent upon its population, from 10 members for each of the least-populated arrondissements 1st through 9th to 34 members for the most populated the 15th.
The council is elected using closed list proportional representation in a two-round system. Once elected, the council plays a largely passive role in the city government, primarily because it meets only once a month.
The council is divided between a coalition of the left of 91 members, including the socialists, communists, greens, and 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'arrondissement , which, 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-Seine , Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne , plus seven communes in the outer suburbs, including Argenteuil in Val d'Oise and Paray-Vieille-Poste in Essonne , which 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.
By 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 regional 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 Senate , the second-highest public official in France the President of the Republic being the sole superior , resides in 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 Rome , although 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 Paris , a 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.
Vans of CRS agents are frequently seen in the centre of the city when there are demonstrations and public events. The police are supported by the National Gendarmerie , a branch of the French Armed Forces , though 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. Violent crime is relatively rare in the city centre. Political violence is uncommon, though very large demonstrations may occur in Paris and other French cities simultaneously.
These demonstrations, usually managed by a strong police presence, can turn confrontational and escalate into violence. Most French rulers since the Middle Ages made a point of leaving their mark on a city that, contrary to many other of the world's capitals, has never been destroyed by catastrophe or war.
In modernising its infrastructure through the centuries, Paris has preserved even its earliest history in its street map.
Between and they rebuilt the city centre, created the wide downtown boulevards and squares where the boulevards intersected, imposed standard facades along the boulevards, and required that the facades be built of the distinctive cream-grey " Paris stone ".
They also built the major parks around the city centre. Paris' urbanism laws have been under strict control since the early 17th century,  particularly where street-front alignment, building height and building distribution is concerned.
The most expensive residential streets in Paris in by average price per square meter were Avenue Montaigne 8th arrondissement , at 22, Euros per square meter; Place Dauphine 1st arrondissement; 20, euros and Rue de Furstemberg 6th arrondissement at 18, Euros per square meter.
Among these, 1,, Sixty-two percent of its buildings date from and before, 20 percent were built between and , and only 18 percent of the buildings remaining were built after that date.
Paris averages 1. Its distribution varies widely throughout the city, from 2. On the night of 8—9 February , during a period of cold weather, a Paris NGO conducted its annual citywide count of homeless persons.
They counted 3, homeless persons in Paris, of whom twelve percent were women. More than half had been homeless for more than a year. This was an increase of persons since Aside from the 20th-century addition of the Bois de Boulogne, the Bois de Vincennes and the Paris heliport, Paris' administrative limits have remained unchanged since A greater administrative Seine department had been governing Paris and its suburbs since its creation in , but the rising suburban population had made it difficult to maintain as a unique entity.
Paris' disconnect with its suburbs, its lack of suburban transportation, in particular, became all too apparent with the Paris agglomeration's growth.
These areas, quartiers sensibles "sensitive quarters" , are in northern and eastern Paris, namely around its Goutte d'Or and Belleville neighbourhoods.
To the north of the city, they are grouped mainly in the Seine-Saint-Denis department , and to a lesser extreme to the east in the Val-d'Oise department.
The Paris agglomeration's urban sociology is basically that of 19th-century Paris: its fortuned classes are situated in its west and southwest, and its middle-to-lower classes are in its north and east.
This is a decline of 59, from , close to the total population of the 5th arrondissement. Eurostat places Paris 6. The population of Paris today is lower than its historical peak of 2.
Factors in the migration included de-industrialisation , high rent, the gentrification of many inner quarters, the transformation of living space into offices, and greater affluence among working families.
The city's population loss came to a temporary halt at the beginning of the 21st century; the population increased from 2,, in to 2,, in , before declining again slightly in According to Eurostat , the EU statistical agency, in the Commune of Paris was the most densely populated city in the European Union, with 21, people per square kilometre within the city limits the NUTS-3 statistical area , ahead of Inner London West, which had 10, people per square kilometre.
According to the same census, three departments bordering Paris, Hauts-de-Seine , Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne , had population densities of over 10, people per square kilometre, ranking among the 10 most densely populated areas of the EU.
According to the French census, , residents of the City of Paris, or A further , in the City of Paris and in , in the Paris Region were born in foreign countries with French citizenship at birth.
The remaining group, people born in foreign countries with no French citizenship at birth, are those defined as immigrants under French law.
According to the census, , residents of the City of Paris were immigrants from Europe , , were immigrants from the Maghreb , 70, from sub-Saharan Africa and Egypt , 5, from Turkey , 91, from Asia outside Turkey , 38, from the Americas , and 1, from the South Pacific.
In the Paris Region, , residents were immigrants from Europe , , were immigrants from the Maghreb , , from sub-Saharan Africa and Egypt , 69, from Turkey , , from Asia outside Turkey , , from the Americas , and 2, from the South Pacific.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Paris was the largest Catholic city in the world. In the same survey, 7 percent of residents identified themselves as Muslims, 4 percent as Protestants, 2 percent as Jewish, and 25 percent as without religion.
According to the INSEE, between 4 and 5 million French residents were born or had at least one parent born in a predominantly Muslim country, particularly Algeria , Morocco , and Tunisia.
An IFOP survey in reported that, of immigrants from these predominantly Muslim countries, 25 percent went to the mosque regularly; 41 percent practised the religion, and 34 percent were believers but did not practice the religion.
The Jewish population of the Paris Region was estimated in to be ,, the largest concentration of Jews in the world outside of Israel and the United States.
The economy of the City of Paris is based largely on services and commerce; of the , enterprises in the city, At the census, The Paris Region had 5.
The largest of these, in terms of number of employees, is known in French as the QCA, or quartier central des affaires ; it is in the western part of the City of Paris, in the 2nd, 8th, 9th, 16th, and 18th arrondissements.
The largest sectors of activity in the central business district were finance and insurance 16 percent of employees in the district and business services 15 percent.
The district also includes a large concentration of department stores, shopping areas, hotels and restaurants, as well a government offices and ministries.
In , it was the workplace of , employees, of whom 38 percent worked in finance and insurance, 16 percent in business support services.
Another district, including Boulogne-Billancourt , Issy-les-Moulineaux and the southern part of the 15th arrondissement, is a centre of activity for the media and information technology.
The Paris Region economy has gradually shifted from industry to high-value-added service industries finance , IT services and high-tech manufacturing electronics, optics, aerospace, etc.
In the worldwide cost of living survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit , based on a survey made in September , Paris ranked as the seventh most expensive city in the world, and the second most expensive in Europe, after Zurich.
In , Paris was the most expensive city in the world with Singapore and Hong Kong. Station F is a business incubator for startups, located in 13th arrondissement of Paris.
Noted as the world's largest startup facility. The majority of Paris' salaried employees fill , businesses services jobs, concentrated in the north-western 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements.
The majority of Paris' healthcare and social workers work at the hospitals and social housing concentrated in the peripheral 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th and 20th arrondissements.
Paris' manufacturing is mostly focused in its suburbs, and the city itself has only around 75, manufacturing workers, most of which are in the textile, clothing, leather goods, and shoe trades.
Most of this is due to companies relocating outside the Paris region. The Paris region's aerospace companies employed , The southern Essonne department specialises in science and technology,  and the south-eastern Val-de-Marne , with its wholesale Rungis food market , specialises in food processing and beverages.
Paris' at-census unemployment rate was The provisional unemployment rate in the whole Paris Region was higher: 8. It ranged from 7. While Paris has some of the richest neighbourhoods in France, it also has some of the poorest, mostly on the eastern side of the city.
Twenty-five percent of residents in the 19th arrondissement lived below the poverty line; 24 percent in the 18th, 22 percent in the 20th and 18 percent in the 10th.
In the city's wealthiest neighbourhood, the 7th arrondissement, 7 percent lived below the poverty line; 8 percent in the 6th arrondissement; and 9 percent in the 16th arrondissement.
Greater Paris , comprising Paris and its three surrounding departments, received 38 million visitors in , a record, measured by hotel arrivals.
Of foreign visitors, the greatest number came from the United States 2. In , measured by the Euromonitor Global Cities Destination Index, Paris was the second-busiest airline destination in the world, with The centre of Paris contains the most visited monuments in the city, including the Notre Dame Cathedral now closed for restoration and the Louvre as well as the Sainte-Chapelle ; Les Invalides , where the tomb of Napoleon is located, and the Eiffel Tower are located on the Left Bank south-west of the centre.
Several other much-visited landmarks are located in the suburbs of the city; the Basilica of St Denis , in Seine-Saint-Denis , is the birthplace of the Gothic style of architecture and the royal necropolis of French kings and queens.
In Greater Paris had 2, hotels, including 94 five-star hotels, with a total of , rooms. The Hotel Meurice , opened for British travellers in , was one of the first luxury hotels in Paris.
In addition to hotels, in Greater Paris had 60, homes registered with Airbnb. The company paid the city government 7. For centuries, Paris has attracted artists from around the world, who arrive in the city to educate themselves and to seek inspiration from its vast pool of artistic resources and galleries.
As a result, Paris has acquired a reputation as the "City of Art". Painting and sculpture became the pride of the French monarchy and the French royal family commissioned many Parisian artists to adorn their palaces during the French Baroque and Classicism era.
Sculptors such as Girardon , Coysevox and Coustou acquired reputations as the finest artists in the royal court in 17th-century France.
This served as France's top art school until The French Revolution and political and social change in France had a profound influence on art in the capital.
Paris was central to the development of Romanticism in art, with painters such as Gericault. The Golden Age of the School of Paris ended between the two world wars.
Photography came to occupy a central role in Parisian Surrealist activity, in the works of Man Ray and Maurice Tabard.
The Louvre received 9. The second-most visited museum in the city, with 3. It attracted 2. It received 1.
Theatre traditionally has occupied a large place in Parisian culture, and many of its most popular actors today are also stars of French television.
The music hall and cabaret are famous Paris institutions. The Moulin Rouge was opened in It was highly visible because of its large red imitation windmill on its roof, and became the birthplace of the dance known as the French Cancan.
Its stars in the s included the American singer and dancer Josephine Baker. A half dozen music halls exist today in Paris, attended mostly by visitors to the city.
Since then, Paris has been the centre of the French publishing industry, the home of some of the world's best-known writers and poets, and the setting for many classic works of French literature.
Between the wars it was the home of many important expatriate writers, including Ernest Hemingway , Samuel Beckett , and, in the s, Milan Kundera.
The winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature , Patrick Modiano who lives in Paris , based most of his literary work on the depiction of the city during World War II and the s—s.
Paris is a city of books and bookstores. In the s, 80 percent of French-language publishing houses were found in Paris, almost all on the Left Bank in the 5th, 6th and 7th arrondissements.
Since that time, because of high prices, some publishers have moved out to the less expensive areas. There are about bookstores in the 5th arrondissement alone, plus another book stalls along the Seine.
Small Paris bookstores are protected against competition from discount booksellers by French law; books, even e-books, cannot be discounted more than five percent below their publisher's cover price.
In the late 12th century, a school of polyphony was established at Notre-Dame. Troubadours , from the south of France, were also popular.
The French royal family and courtiers "disported themselves in masques, ballets, allegorical dances, recitals, and opera and comedy", and a national musical printing house was established.
Carmen has since become one of the most popular and frequently-performed operas in the classical canon. Bal-musette is a style of French music and dance that first became popular in Paris in the s and s; by Paris had some dance halls in the working-class neighbourhoods of the city.
Parisian and Italian musicians who played the accordion adopted the style and established themselves in Auvergnat bars especially in the 19th arrondissement,  and the romantic sounds of the accordion has since become one of the musical icons of the city.
Paris is the spiritual home of gypsy jazz in particular, and many of the Parisian jazzmen who developed in the first half of the 20th century began by playing Bal-musette in the city.
Immediately after the War the Saint-Germain-des-Pres quarter and the nearby Saint-Michel quarter became home to many small jazz clubs, mostly found in cellars because of a lack of space; these included the Caveau des Lorientais, the Club Saint-Germain, the Rose Rouge, the Vieux-Colombier, and the most famous, Le Tabou.
Most of the clubs closed by the early s, as musical tastes shifted toward rock and roll. Paris has a big hip hop scene. This music became popular during the s.
Later, most of the largest cinemas were divided into multiple, smaller rooms. Paris' largest cinema room today is in the Grand Rex theatre with 2, seats.
Parisians tend to share the same movie-going trends as many of the world's global cities, with cinemas primarily dominated by Hollywood-generated film entertainment.
European and Asian films are also widely shown and appreciated. Since the late 18th century, Paris has been famous for its restaurants and haute cuisine , food meticulously prepared and artfully presented.
A luxury restaurant, La Taverne Anglaise, opened in in the arcades of the Palais-Royal by Antoine Beauvilliers ; it featured an elegant dining room, an extensive menu, linen tablecloths, a large wine list and well-trained waiters; it became a model for future Paris restaurants.
Today, due to Paris' cosmopolitan population, every French regional cuisine and almost every national cuisine in the world can be found there; the city has more than 9, restaurants.
In , of the 27 Michelin three-star restaurants in France, ten are located in Paris. These include both restaurants which serve classical French cuisine, such as L'Ambroisie in the Place des Vosges, and those which serve non-traditional menus, such as L'Astrance , which combines French and Asian cuisines.
In addition to the classical restaurants, Paris has several other kinds of traditional eating places. Its name is said to have come in from the Russian soldiers who occupied the city; "bistro" means "quickly" in Russian , and they wanted their meals served rapidly so they could get back their encampment.
Real bistros are increasingly rare in Paris, due to rising costs, competition from cheaper ethnic restaurants, and different eating habits of Parisian diners.
Beginning with the Paris Exposition of ; it became a popular kind of restaurant which featured beer and other beverages served by young women in the national costume associated with the beverage, particular German costumes for beer.
Since the 19th century, Paris has been an international fashion capital, particularly in the domain of haute couture clothing hand-made to order for private clients.
Paris Fashion Week , held in January and July in the Carrousel du Louvre among other renowned city locations, is one of the top four events on the international fashion calendar.
The other fashion capitals of the world, Milan , London , and New York also host fashion weeks. In , around 40 percent of Parisians held a licence -level diploma or higher, the highest proportion in France,  while 13 percent have no diploma, the third-lowest percentage in France.
The University of Paris , founded in the 12th century, is often called the Sorbonne after one of its original medieval colleges.
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