This is the Basilique du Sacré Coeur de Montmartre in Paris, France.
I took this photograph from the observation deck of the Arc de Triomphe with the zoom function of a normal camera.
It always was a mystery to me why so many people climb the Tour Eiffel to do some cityscape pictures of Paris. I never stop repeating: If you want to have wonderful 360° photos of Paris, go and climb the Arc the Triomphe. It’s ideal for photographers, because it isn’t as high as the Tour Eiffel where you see everything from a Gulliver’s perspective. And there is no glass pane between you and the view.
But – the weather has to be nice when you go there: the observation deck has no roof.
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