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apache a gangster of Paris.
bastille (cap.) the state prison in Paris that was attacked and taken by French revolutionists in 1789. [1/2 definitions]
bourse a stock exchange of a European city, esp. of Paris, France.
Eiffel Tower a 984-foot iron tower, constructed in Paris for the International Exposition of 1889, and now a popular tourist attraction.
gypsum a mineral, hydrated calcium sulfate, that resembles chalk and is used to make plaster of Paris, plaster and wallboard, and fertilizers.
Left Bank a section of Paris on the south bank of the river Seine, associated with artists, writers, and the like.
Louvre a building in Paris constructed as a royal palace and now a national museum of art.
Notre Dame de Paris a renowned cathedral in Paris, France, generally known simply as "Notre Dame." Construction of the Gothic-style cathedral began in the twelfth century.
plaster cast a sturdy rigid covering consisting of gauze saturated in plaster of Paris which is wrapped, when still wet, around a fractured limb or other part to prevent movement during healing. [2 definitions]
Seine a river in northern France that flows through Paris and into the English Channel.
Sorbonne the University of Paris, esp. the college of arts and sciences.
Trojan War in Greek mythology and The Iliad, the ten-year siege of Troy by the Greeks, caused by the abduction of Helen, the wife of a Greek king, by Paris, a Trojan prince.