15 French Revolution Places to Visit in Paris

Between 1787 and 1799, France passed through a period that would change the future of the country completely, an event that became known as the French Revolution, in which the main stage was Paris. The French Revolution was marked by a bloody period called the Reign of Terror, where an estimative of 18,000 to 40,000 people were killed by means of the guillotine, at the hands of the revolutionary army,  including the royal family and even the two key leaders of the Revolution Georges Danton and Maximilien de Robespierre. Despite the fact that it took place more than 200 years ago, many French Revolution buildings are still present nowadays to silently tell us the stories of this bloody yet important period of France, and most of these French Revolution historical sites can still be seen today. Disclosure: This post does contain affiliate links that I earn a small commission for at no extra cost to you. Any purchases you make through my links help keep the site running. Thanks in advance for your support! In This Article hide French Revolution sites to visit in Paris Palais Royal Hôtel des Invalides Place de la Bastille Notre Dame Panthéon Versailles Palace Jardin des Tuileries … Continue reading 15 French Revolution Places to Visit in Paris