The catacombes that were created by Napoleon are really amazing ! It's scary and somewhat beautiful !
1.5 km of one-way visit. Constant temperature: 14 °. The catacombs are located 20 meters underground. Access is only through a staircase. There are 131 steps down, and 112 up. Uneven and slippery ground. Narrow spaces. Low brightness.
This Parisian ossuary, covering an area of 11,000 m² underground, is called "catacombs", in reference to the Catacombs of Rome. Visitors can access the catacombs on Place Denfert-Rochereau. Six million bones from different Parisian cemeteries lie in the 1.7-kilometer-long labyrinthine galleries…
The catacombs of Paris are a real hidden world of more than 300 km of underground passages. The rooms are filled from floor to ceiling with bones and skulls, placed there following a saturation of the cemeteries. If you want to try the adventure know that the catacombs hide some very surprising…
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