Montmartre, Paris, France

Steven Dutch, Professor Emeritus, Natural and Applied Sciences, Universityof Wisconsin - Green Bay

At the base of Montmartre hill is the Moulin Rouge (Red Mill), topped by - you'll never guess - a red mill.
Montmartre may be topographically higher than the Eiffel Tower, but to claim the views are comparable, as I've seen done, is just nonsensical. If cat you really have to get to the extreme end of the vie space to see the Eiffel Tower, at all.
Don't let a nice, sunny hill go to waste! Plant some grapes!

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Created 25 October 2018, Last Update 04 June 2020