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City Paris, the cosmopolitan capital of France, is - with 2. 2 million people living in the dense (105 km²) central city and almost 12 million people living in the whole metropolitan area - one of the largest agglomerations in Europe. Located in the north of the country on the river Seine, Paris has the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historic associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design.
History Paris started life as the Celto-Roman settlement of Lutetia on the Île de la Cité, the island in the Seine currently occupied by the Cathédral de Nôtre Dame. It takes its present name from name of the dominant Gallo-Celtic tribe in the region, the Parisii. At least that's what the Romans called them, when they showed up in 52 BCE and established their city Lutetia on the left bank of the Seine, in what is now called the "Latin Quarter" in the 5th arrondissement.
Cuisine Paris is one of Europe's culinary centres. The restaurant trade began here just over 220 years ago and continues to thrive. It may however come as a surprise that Paris isn't considered the culinary capital of France, rather some people prefer the French cooking found in small rural restaurants, outside of the city, closer to the farms and with their focus on freshness and regional specialities. Even amongst French cities, Paris has long been considered by some people as second to Lyon for fine dining.
Climate Europe, including France. Even in January, the coldest month, temperatures nearly always exceed the freezing point with an average high of 6°C (43°F). Snow is not common in Paris, although it will fall a few times a year. Most of Paris' precipitation comes in the form of light rain year-round.
Summers in Paris are warm and pleasant, with an average high of 23°C (75°F) during the mid-summer months. Spring and fall are normally cool and wet.
Shopping Paris is one of the great fashion centres of the Western world, up there with New York, London, and Milan, making it a shopper's delight. While the Paris fashion scene is constantly evolving, the major shopping centres tend to be the same. High end couture can be found in the 8th arrondisement. In summer, there is nothing better than browsing the boutiques along Canal St-Martin, or strolling along the impressive arcades of the historic Palais-Royal, with beautifully wrapped purchases swinging on each arm.

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Paryžius – Prancūzijos sostinė, didžiausias miestas ir departamentas. 2, 2 mln. gyventojų (2009 m.), aire urbaine (su priemiesčiais Versaliu, Sen Deni, Ivri, Dransi, Aržantejumi ir kt.) – apie 11 mln. ir yra didžiausia Eurozonos metropolinė zona.

Miestas pastatytas Senos upės vingyje, abiejuose upės krantuose. Miestas visame pasaulyje gerai žinomas dėl gausybės istorinių paminklų bei savo unikalios kultūros. Paryžius yra Il de Franso regiono pagrindinis miestas.

Pramonė: mašinų gamyba (automobiliai, lėktuvai), elektrotechnika, poligrafija, maisto perdirbimo, chemijos, lengvoji, madų prekės ir galanterija.

Paryžiuje reziduoja daug tarptautinių organizacijų (žinomiausia – UNESCO). Labai išvystytas turizmo sektorius. Daug aukštųjų mokyklų: universitetų (žymiausias – Sorbonos), kolegijų, institutų, akademijų. Nacionalinė biblioteka įkurta dar 1480 metais.
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