40 Unrestricted Paris PLR Articles


In this PLR Article Pack, You will get 40 Unrestricted Paris PLR Articles with Private Label Rights to assist you in dominating the Paris market.

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40 Unrestricted Paris PLR Articles

In this PLR Article Pack, You will get 40 Unrestricted Paris PLR Articles with Private Label Rights to assist you in dominating the Paris market.

These Information PLR articles are available in a Zip folder containing the Text file format product, and its license.

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40 Unrestricted Paris PLR Articles

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The Titles in This Product are:

  1. “From Paris to Berlin” by Infernal
  2. A Flight to Paris
  3. A Guide to the Airports in Paris
  4. Best Bars in Paris
  5. Carnival de Paris ’98 Football World Cup
  6. Creepy Paris Catacombs
  7. Different Kinds of Paris Food
  8. Disneyland Paris Unfolds Its Magic
  9. Exciting Paris by Night Tours
  10. Experience Paris Wine Tasting
  11. +30 More


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History of Paris

This French city is not only wealthy in terms of its gross income but also with accounts of how it came to be. Admiring the place is not just enough, it is also important to discover its roots. Below is a brief account of the history of Paris.


The history of Paris began in 250 BC, the Celtic Parisii established a settlement by the Seine to control the commerce in the river. The Ile dela Cite was traditionally assumed to be the location of the settlement, but this has been put into question because there were archeological digs which indicated that Paris region’s largest settlement may have been in the suburbs of today’s Nanterre, a community in the western part of the country. It is however, certain that when Rome conquered in 52 BC, they built their city of Lutelia on the left bank of Saint Genevieve Hill. As a city under Roman rule, Gallo- Roman Lutece would expand and prosper over the following centuries but the empire collapsed and a period of decline was experienced. By 400AD, Lutece was largely abandoned by its former dwellers and was a little more than a garrison town entrenched into its hastily fortified central island. The city would then reclaim its original “Paris” appellation towards the end of the Roman occupation.


* History of Paris in the Middle Ages
Since 512 AD, Paris was already the capital of the Frankish king Clovis I, who commissioned the first construction of cathedral and abbey. On his death, the Frankish kingdom was divided with Paris as the capital of a much smaller kingdom. By the time of Carolingan dynasty, it was little more than a feudal county stronghold. The Counts of Paris gradually rose to prominence and eventually wielded greater power than the Kings of Occidental France. Odo, Count of Paris, was then elected king in place of the incumbent, Charles the Fat. The Count of Paris continued to defend France against Viking attack in the ninth century, but the Vikings irreparably damaged the old Roman city on the Left Bank. In 987AD, Hugh Capet, Count of Paris, was elected King of France, founding the Capetian dynasty which would raise Paris to become France’s capital.


* History of Paris in the Nineteenth Century
It was the Industrial Revolution, French Second Empire and Belle Epoque that brought Paris the greatest development to date. In the 1840’s, railway transportation gave way for an influx of migrants because they were attracted in the new industries in the suburbs. Under the rule of Napoleon III together with his prefet Haussmann, the city underwent a major renovation. They leveled the entire districts of medieval streets to build a network of wide avenues and neo- classical facades of what it is today. After severely suffering from the cholera epidemic and the Franco- Prussian war, Paris rapidly recovered as they hosted the Universal Expositions of the late 19th century. It was also at that time that the Eiffel Tower as a temporary display of architectural engineering moves.


* History of Paris in the Twentieth Century
Paris suffered almost no damage during the World War I because it was one of the forefront runners and having been spared a German invasion due to the victory in First Battle of the Mame in 1914. In the post- wart era, Paris experienced its largest development. The suburbs began to expand considerably with the construction of large social estates and the beginning of the business district, La Defense. A comprehensive express subway network was also built to complement the metropolis.

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[YES] You get all the articles with private label rights
[YES] You can brand the articles with your name
[YES] You can edit the articles
[YES] You can use the articles to create an autoresponder email series
[YES] You can use articles as web content
[YES] You can use articles as content for your ebooks
[YES] You can use articles as content for your reports
[YES] You can use articles as content for your off-line publications
[YES] You can use translate all articles to any language you want
[YES] You can sell the articles
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[YES] You can give them as a bonus
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[YES] You can start a membership site and deliver articles to your members
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