Paris At Night
The City of Lights Lives Up to its Name
TO NIMES (Roman Sites)
The Moulin Rouge continues to present its extravagant stage
show, after more than a century.  It's in the red light district
of Pigalle, just below Montmartre.
Nearly every Paris monument is lit at night, including the
Arc de Triomphe.
The Eiffel Tower sparkles with a light show at
the top of each evening hour.  This is the best
a still  camera can do to capture it.  The tower
remains lit after the lights stop dancing.  
The front of Notre Dame is lit at night, displaying
its towers, but otherwise the cathedral is dark.
The Sacre-Coeur Basilica is hard to miss, day or night.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's 2004 video of France by
clicking on
Napoleon Slept Here
There also is the longer 1990 film, in which Paris follows
Berlin:
Berlin and Paris