Paris Paris is the capital of the France. Generally an invocation of “Paris” refers to the only commune, but according to the context one can also refer to the metropolis of which it is the center, to see the article Paris and its suburbs for this direction of the mot.
The name Paris can also indicate:
The United States
- Paris, Arkansas
- Paris, Idaho
- Paris, Illinois
- Paris, Kentucky
- Paris, Maine
- Paris, Michigan
- Paris, Missouri
- Paris, New York
- Paris, Pennsylvania
- Paris, Tennessee
- Paris, Texas (which gave its name to the film Paris, Texas of Wim Wenders )
- Paris, Wisconsin
- Paris, Wisconsin
- New Paris, Indiana
- New Paris, Ohio
- New Paris, Pennsylvania
- Paris Township, Michigan
- South Paris, Maine
- St Paris, Ohio
- West Paris, Maine
- Paris, French metropolis , capital of the France
- Paris-the Hospital in Saône-et-Loire area of Burgundy.
- count Paris or count Pâris, character of Romeo and Juliette having asked Juliette in marriage
- the “count de Paris”, title of courtesy carried by Henri of Orleans (born in 1933), after being carried by his/her father Henri of Orleans (1908-1999)
- Auguste Simon Paris (1794-1869), entomologist French amateur.
- Gaston Paris, (1839 - 1903), philologist and member of the French Academy
- Paulin Paris, (1800 - 1881), French philologist, wire of the precedent
- Louis Paris, (1801 - 1887), French historian, brother of the precedent
- Jehan of Paris, (1255 - 1306), Dominican monk condemned to perpetual silence
- Matthew Paris, (? - 1259), English historian
- Paul Paris (1875-1938), French ornithologist.
- Tom Paris, character of the televised series Star Trek: To travel
- Wilbur Of Paris (1900 - 1973), trombonist and American leader
- Paris alias Oscar Jackson Jr is an artist Hip-hop.
- Paris, family name of several financial French, known under the name of Brothers Paris of which Antoine Paris (1668 - 1733), Claude Paris the Mountain (1670 - 1745), Joseph Paris Duverney (1684 - 1770), Jean Paris de Monmartel (1690 - 1766).
- Paris Hilton (born in 1981), signal-model and American celebrity ;
- Páris Látsis (born in 1979), Greek heir .
- Paris , film of Rene Hervil of 1924
- Paris, France , Canadian film of Jerry Ciccoritti of 1993
- Paris , film of Cédric Klapisch envisaged for 2008.
- Paris , botanical kind of the Parisette S which includes/understands the parisette with four sheets ( Paris quadrifolia )
- Paris Match , weekly French
- the Paris , a Transatlantic liner French of the Entre-deux wars
- Paris , musical comedy of Cole Porter.
- Pâris : In Greek mythology, Pâris is a Trojan prince having removed Helene, causing the Trojan War. (history told in Iliade)
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