Astronomical Museum of the Paris Observatory
It is in France that in Paris is one of the oldest observatories throughout Europe. Building Building was performed on the project of Claude Perra, who was a brother of the most well-known writer Charles Perro.
The date of the founding of scientific conclusion is the most end of the 16th century due to the progressive development of astronomical sciences, by order of Louis XIV and until this afternoon it remains. At the observatory, a museum is open, where every tourist will find a lot of interesting and new. In the second floor halls there is a line of copper, which is designed to denote Meridian Paris. Scientists specially developed a draft of the future architectural structure so that Meridian passed exactly in the middle of the construction. From the 19th century, telescopes are installed in the walls of the observatory, which are freely demonstrated to tourists from around the world. Among other things, in the walls of the museum stored instrumental collections of earlier centuries.
Despite the fact that getting into the Museum of the Paris Observatory is not so simple, since the applications are accepted in advance, it is worth getting here, because there is an experienced researchers who will be able to tell tourists who will be able to tell the tourists from the first person.