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Elements: lutetium, actinium
Location: Paris
Scientist: Lavoisier, Humboldt, Curie, Rouelle, Boisbaudran, Urbain, Debierne

Ponts des Arts

Collège des Quatres Nations

Collège des Quatre Nations

Mazarin Collège

Institute of France

Institute of France

Mazarin College

Lavoisier attended Mazarin College

Lavoisier learned mineralogy and geology

Turgot view of the Quatre Nation

Pont Neuf

closer view of the Quatre Nation

Hotel de la Monnaie

Institut de France

Home of Humboldt

Alexander von Humboldt

Alexander von Humboldt

Alexander von Humboldt

Hotel de la Monnaie

first École des mines

Museum of the Mint.

home of Champollion

now art shop and studio.

Jean-Francois Champillion,

place on Rue Dauphine

area of death of Pierre Curie

death of Pierre Curie

Rouelle, the instructor of Lavoisier

Rue Jacob continues

area has completely changed

location of Rouelle's pharmacy.

Rouelle's pharmacy on the right

historically important house

important event took place

independence of the United States."

Faculté de Médecine was located here

laboratory that Wurtz occupied

where Boisbaudran first prepared metallic gallium

view eastward

entrance to the Cordeliers area

The "Histoire de Paris" post.

convent of the Cordeliers

property was taken over by the School of Health

former convent of the Company of Cordeliers

remaining building of the Cordeliers

Wurtz had his first laboratory

gallium research was conducted

original buildings are gone

University Pierre and Marie Curie

appearance of the Cordeliers

location at the Cordeliers gate

Georges Jacques Danton

"Collège Royal"

the Collège de France.

entrance to Collège de France

statue is of Champollion

The "Histoire de Paris" post

Royal College of Gaul

developed laboratories

Collège de France courtyard

statue of Budé

Collège de France courtyard

one of the six panels

name of Vauquelin

name of Balard

Boulevard Saint-Michel

Sorbonne area

expansion of the Sorbonne area

essentially unchanged from today

Place de la Sorbonne

on the right, the sidewalk cafe area

psidewalk cafe area

Sorbonne dates from 1253

inside the courtyard

Victor Hugo

Louis Pasteur

a tribute to Thénard

inside the entrance on the north

hallway in the Sorbonne

chapel of the Sorbonne

lecture halls in the Sorbonne

major internal renovations

chemical laboratories, the courtyard and chapel

upper wing of the renovated Sorbonne

chemical research

westward view of Rue Cujas

upper structure.

1889 rendition of the same corner

same corner northward

main entrance to the Sorbonne

1889 view of the entrance

sorbonne 1550

sorbonne 1670

3rd site of the École des Mines

closer view of the building

Doorway to École des Mines

plaque to the right of the entrance

inscription on the door.

"Library. Mineral Collections."

southern part of the École des Mines

grand entrance of Hotel Vendome.

Another view

The "Histoire de Paris" post.

Built in 1707 by J. B. Le Blond for Canon de la Porte

today houses an important museum of mineralogy

Turgot presentation of the Hotel Vendome

Hotel Vendome lay on the southern outskirts of Paris

Museum of mineralogy

Up to the mineralogical museum

Entrance to the mineralogical museum

treatise of Haüy

curator of the mineralogical museum

several interesting portraits

Balthazar-George Sage

the Panthéon

To the great men, [from] the grateful homeland

Inside the hallowed hall.

Foucault's pendulum inside the Panthéon

description of the Foucault's pendulum

burial sites of Pierre and Marie Curie

passage toward the burial sites

A grand homage to the Curies

replica of "The Shed,"

Entrance to the crypt

The crypt.

Marie Curie-Sklodowska

Pierre Curie

church to the left of the Panthéon

Église Saint-Étienne-du-Mont

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