Paris was nicknamed the "City of Light" (not City of Lights) originally because it was a vast center of education and ideas during the Age of Enlightenment. In 1828, Paris began lighting the Champs-Elysées with gas lamps. It was the first city in Europe to do so, and so earned the nickname "La Ville-Lumière" or The City of Light.
Paris is called the city of lights.
No. the City of Lights is Paris
There is no city that is called the city of lights during Hanukkah. Paris is called the city of lights, but that has nothing to do with Hanukkah.
There is no city of lamps, Paris is called city of Lights.
The City Of Lights
Paris if often called the "city of lights"
Paris is also called the city of lights
No. That is Paris.
Paris is known as the 'City of Lights' or 'La Ville-lumière' in French. Or New York
the city of life
I would say both. But if you had to pick one, it would be love. New York, America is the city of lights.
Paris, France. They used gas lights (1800's). Paris is still called "The City of Lights" because of this. At least by people who have never been to Las Vegas.
Paris, France is the most famous "City of Lights".
Paris is the city of love or lights but lets just say it is a main city!
An episode of smallville in season 7 referred to Paris as the city of lights.
Paris is the famed "City of Lights".
Paris is also known as the city of lights.
The City of Lights.
The city of lights
Paris - "the city of lights"
no, that's Paris
La Ville-lumière ("The City of Lights").
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Paris is sometimes referred to as "la ville-lumière" (the city of lights).