The origins of the city of Paris They date from the 3rd century BC, exactly in Paris, and the first inhabitants were the Celtic tribe.
At this time the city resisted several attacks, including the invasion of the Huns, already by the fifth century. This is where Santa Genoveva she became the patron saint of Paris, because thanks to her and her prayers, Attila, leader of the Huns, passed by without attacking.
In the medieval time they had already begun to proclaim the kings, and it was in the reign of Franco Clodoveo where the country was officially named with the name of France and to the capital like Paris. After Clovis, the brief, Charlemagne, Hugo Capeto, Felipe Augusto, Carlos V el Sabio, Carlos VII and Luis XI took the Pipino throne.
In the modern era, around 1515, and when Enrique IV was on the throne, the city began to be rebuilt, and new places and schools were implemented.
Louis XIV He was his successor, but he was blinded by power. Built the Palace of Versailles especially to be able to move there, and then all the beggars in the streets disappeared.
The Contemporary age. Here it makes its appearance Napoleon Bonaparte, who is named emperor in 1806, during his time of government, built the Arc de Triomphe, the Stock Exchange Palace and the Church of the Madelaine, trying to beautify the city of Paris even more.
From XXI centuryThey bring about many changes, including urban ones, which helped renovate an entire city full of history.