Subject to countless books, movies and pieces of music, Paris has moved to Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı. River Seine’s shade of blue that splits the city in two has united with the colors of Kıyı İstanbul Marina.
Opera Garnier Palace, a most beauteous example of Neo-Baroque, Beaux-Arts architecture, is established in ‘Paris Street’ with true inspiration from its original. Rodin Museum with its history in hosting artworks of a variety of world-famous artists from Vincent Van Gogh to Claude Monet has its place in Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı. Orsay Museum, the home of an unforgettable collection of impressionist paintings, is another piece to welcome visitors in Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı. The street will present visitors with the spirit of Parisian streets through decorations and glamorization, and have restaurants offering handpicked tastes from French Cuisine. You will sense through the city’s magic in Paris Street, where no detail is forgotten.
Orsay Museum is on the left bank of the Seine, which divides Paris into two sides. Utilized as a train station for a period of time, the structure was later altered into a museum. Orsay Museum opened in 1986 by president François Mitterand, and has been home to many historical artifacts.
Napoleon III providentially survived the assassination attempt that targeted him and his family on 14th January 1858, yet the attempt resulted in 8 casualties and 150 injuries. Following the event, Napoleon III decided on an opera on the site of the assassination attempt. Bearing Charles Garnier’s signature, the monument was completed in 1875.
One of Paris’s most remarkable structures, Rodin Museum displays pieces from the 77 year life of famous sculptor and artist Auguste Rodin. In the garden of the museum stand Rodin’s world famous The Thinker, Balzac and Gates of Hell.