Here are the Paris Landmarks:
Arc de Triomphe - monument at the center of the Place de l'Étoile, commemorating the victories of France and honoring those who died in battle.
The Conciergerie - Located on the Île de la Cité, it is medieval building which was formerly used as a prison where some prominent members of the ancien régime stayed before their death during the French Revolution.
The Eiffel Tower - a "temporary" construction of Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 Universal Exposition.
Les Invalides - museum and burial place of many great French soldiers, including Napoleon.
Église de la Madeleine - Church in the 1st district of Paris
The Louvre - extensive art gallery
Montmartre - One of the most famous of Paris district, located on a hill and hosting the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur and the Place du Tertre.
Cathedral of Notre Dame on the Île de la Cité - Paris's 12th-century ecclesiastical centrepiece.
Palais Garnier - Paris's central opera house, built in the later Second Empire period.
The Grand Palais - a large glass exhibition hall built for the 1900 Paris Exhibition.
Sainte-Chapelle - Also located on the Île de la Cité, it is a 13th century Gothic palace chapel.
The Panthéon - beautiful church and tomb of a number of France's illustrious men and women.
The Sorbonne - the University of Paris, the centre of Paris's Latin Quarter.
Statue of Liberty - a smaller version of the New York City harbor statue which France gave to the United States in 1886, located on the Île des Cygnes on the Seine. Another version is in the Luxembourg Garden.
Place des Vosges - square in the Marais district laid out by Henry IV.
Père Lachaise Cemetery (Jim Morrison buried here)
The Wallace fountains, spread throughout the city.
Flame of Liberty replica of NY's fresh made flame on the Statue of Liberty.
Centre Georges-Pompidou - Hosting the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
Parc de la Villette - Hosting the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, a science museum, and the Cité de la musique where we can find various musical institutes, a museum, and a concert hall.
Suburbs of Paris:
Barbizon - a French village where is born the Barbizon school of painting on the path towards impressionism.
Palace of Versailles - The famous former palace of French kings.
Vincennes castle - a magnificent medieval castle nearby the Vincennes Wood.
Château de Fontainebleau - Built by Francis I of France, it is one of the largest of the French royal châteaux.
Château de Rambouillet - The summer residence of French presidents.
Parc de Sceaux - A Park located nearby a 17th century château of the same name.
Saint Denis Basilica - the famous burial site of the French monarchs.
Saint-Ouen flea market - The largest market of antique dealers in the world.
Disneyland Resort Paris - the largest theme park in Europe.
I hope this is helpful.
Kind regards, Wendy