The Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre is one of the best-known landmarks of Paris: Located at the top of Butte Montmartre, the white church is visible from the whole city and, at 200m, its dome is one of the highest points of Paris. It houses an observatory accessible only by stairs but the view at the top is worth the effort.
Above, skyscrapers of La Défense and Palais de Justice under construction.
Above, crowd in Montmartre.
Above, Eglise Saint-Pierre de Montmartre.
Above, Eiffel Tower.
Above, bell tower. The bell itself was forged by Paccard in Annecy-le-Vieux.
Above, the observatory is quite narrow.
Above, Gare du Nord.
Above, Halle Saint-Pierre.
Above, Eglise Saint-Vincent de Paul.
Above, Square Louise Michel.
Above, Tour Montparnasse and Dome of Les Invalides.
Above, TV relay tower of Romainville.
Above, on the way down.
Above, the Basilica from the ground.