You Can Never Look At Too Many Photos Of Paris

02/11/2014 06:53 am ET | Updated Feb 11, 2014

We do our fair share of lovin' (and hatin') on Paris, but after stumbling upon these recent photos, we couldn't help but make the City of Lights our #TravelTuesday spotlight.

We've highlighted some vintage Paris and of course some abandoned Paris, but this is one city that is rather stunning on a regular old Tuesday, don't you agree?

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  • The Eiffel Tower and a crescent moon.
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  • The Porte Saint-Denis by night on the street Saint-Denis.
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  • Buildings and luxury flats near the Eiffel tower.
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  • Alternate views of the Eiffel Tower.
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  • The new building of the LVMH Louis Vuitton Foundation for Creation modern and contemporary arts centre, designed by American-Canadian architect Frank Gehry
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  • A statue of a lady on the Trocadero, next to the Eiffel tower.
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  • The clock of the Hotel de Ville.
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  • The 'Conseil d'Etat' on the Place du Palais Royal.
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  • The 'Louvre des Antiquaires' antique dealer's gallery on the Place du Palais Royal.
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  • The French National Assembland the dome of Les Invalides.
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  • The banks of the Seine on the Ile de la Cite in central Paris.
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  • The Pont des Arts footbridge by night in front of the Louvre museum.
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  • The Pont des Arts bridge in central Paris, covered with love-locks.
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  • The Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois church.
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  • A view of the obelisk at Place de la Concorde and the Eiffel Tower by night.
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  • The Champs-Elysees avenue.

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