Statue of Liberty in Paris is near the Grenelle Bridge on the Île des Cygnes , an island in the river Seine. Dedicated in 1889, it looks towards the Atlantic Ocean and hence towards its "larger sister" in New York Harbor, which had been erected three years earlier.
The "Passerelle des Arts", also called "Pont des Arts" (Arts Bridge) is one of my favourite spot in Paris. The view from this brige is absolutely gorgeous, I post a picture from the bridge next time. This picture is taken from another bridge accross the Seine River and in the background you can see the Louvre Museum.
This wall in part of the "Quai Branly museum" near the Eiffel Tower. The building was design by Jean Nouvel a great French architect. I love this building, especially at night and I also love the museum that features indigenous art, cultures and civilizations from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
This street looks like a street from a small town but it's in Paris, more precisely in the 20th arrondissement where I live, east of the city. The little church at the end of the street still has its cemetery around it which is I think the only one left like this in Paris.