Paris is called "The City of Lights" because of it was a centre of ideas and education during the Age of Enlightenment in the 18th century, and because of its early adoption of street lighting!
Paris is the capital and the largest city of France. The name "Paris" came from its early Gaulish inhabitants, the Parisii. During the roman era, the city was called Lutetia. It was renamed Paris around 360 AD.
There are over 2 million residents in Paris, ...... Read more