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The Île-de-France region has 11.6 million inhabitants which is 18.5% of all French people. Therefore the area is very densely populated. Most of the people live in the metropolitan area of Paris that with only 20% of the surface harbours no less than 90% of the population.
Ile-de-France has perhaps the most sights of the whole of France.
That is because of the city of Paris. This is where the world famous Eiffel Tower is, the most photographed monument in the world. Here you find famous museums like the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou. One life is probably too short to enjoy and admire all of Paris, many call it the capital of art and culture ... But outside of Paris there is still plenty to see.
It seems to be an urbanized area but all around the city of Paris there are green areas to discover.

The region consists of 8 departments. Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Dennis, Val-de-Marne, Val-d'Oise.

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Île-de-France literally means Isle of France, with which the domestic peninsula, bordered by the rivers Oise, Seine and Marne Ourcq is meant.
-de-France, with 9 royal towns, numerous waterways, numerous parks and gardens and medieval villages, is a region with a unique and fascinating heritage.
Versailles, Fontainebleau, Provins and the banks of the Oise river are fine examples of this. Île-de-France is dotted with castles, gardens and parks: it has over 300 gardens and castles that are protected monuments. Many castles are managed by the owners, making them and their gardens often carry a personal stamp. The typical French garden style in the 17th century was developed with the aim of submitting the rebellious and disorderly nature to the laws of the human mind . The garden must meet strict rules of geometry, arrangement and size requirements, with tight terraces, straight avenues and flower beds, fountains, mazes, flowerbeds and trees, garden and castle which should connect seamlessly. Other attractions in Ile-de-France are Disneyland (Seine-et-Marne), Château de Versailles (Yvelines) and, for art lovers, the town of Milly-la-Forêt (Essonne): here you can admire Le Cyclop by the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely (1925-1991).

Paris has about 8,000 restaurants, from cafés with a basic menu to chic star restaurants. Although Paris is called the capital of gastronomy is called, it is remarkable that it does't really have its own dishes. In Paris you have the chance to taste the various cuisines from all over France!

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