Mosquee de ParisThe Mosquée de Paris [2, bis place du puits de l’Ermite, +33 145359733] is a salmon coloured, Moorish style building that was erected in 1926, to honour the North African nations which aided France during the First World War. Still an active place of worship, the mosque sees many Parisian Muslims every Friday. However being a historically significant building, it also welcomes visitors (just be sure to dress modestly and remove your shoes at the prayer hall entrance). Guided tours [ad/ch €3/Free] bring you through the various points in the large complex, allowing you to dine in their restaurant (serving couscous and mint tea), as well as dipping in their Hammam (traditional Turkish spa/bathhouse).