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Text prom map of Paris: 
1. Paysage Parisien Emblématique: The city of Paris has one of the world's most recognizable skylines. When the characters of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald emerge in the French capital we see the silhouette of the iconic monuments (...) to the skies – a reminder what's at stake as Grindelwald (...) his forces of darkness in the City of Light.
2. Quartier de Nicolas Flamel: Nicolas Flamel is the alchemist and creator of the Philosopher's Stone. Paris is Flamel's home, and when Dumbledore sends Newt Scamander on a secret mission to Paris, he gives him Flamel's address. The neighbourhood where Newt finds the legendary alchemist in the film is (...) of the Rue de Montmorency.
3. Montmartre Place Cachée: Like the brick wall behind the Leaky Cauldron in London, the portal to the wizarding world is hiding in plain sight. A beautiful bronze statue comes to life when approached by wizards and witches, lifting her robes to reveal entrance to Place Cachée. There are wonderful (...) in the (...) area of Montmartre, which are reminiscent of those featured in the film.
4. Rue Girardon Circue Arcanus: The travelling Circus Arcanus has set up its tents in Place Cachée, where wizards and witches are invited to witness extraordinary (...). All (...) of magical oddities are put in display by Skender, its (...) owner and ringmaster. Circus Arcanus, advertising itself as "world's most complete congress of human oddities", stands in a place which is reminiscent of Rue Girardon in the historic Montmartre district.
5. Place de Furstemberg Entrée du Ministere des Affaires Magique: The entrance to French wizarding authority is reminiscent of the secret portals to the British Ministry of Magic. However rather than the famous telephone booth, the route of entry is a Wallace fountain. It is located in a square which creates the magnificent Place de Furstemberg. If you ever go there, you will enjoy it. But you may not see the fountain itself... just remember, the entrance is a secret!
6. Pont Alexandre III Zouwu Bridge:
7. Cimetière du Père-Lachaise: Cimetière du Père-Lachaise is one of the most storied and iconic cemeteries in the world. In Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, w learn that it houses the (...) of a member of notable wizarding families – and while (...) them (...) (...) tricky when you visit, you will find that Père-Lachaise has a magic all of its own...
8. Boulevard Haussmann Les Grand Magasins de Paris: