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Photographer's shot of Place de L'Etoile from a height

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Calling all budding/amateur/professional photographers who are in love with Paris... How best to get a shot of Arc de Triomphe with Place de LÉtoile around it and the ring of traffic around it? At night time... Wanting to get a shot of the traffic trail lights in a circle around the Place... is there a rooftop cafe/restaurant nearby that can give me that shot??

To clarify - I know I can go up the Arc and I plan to... But what I am looking for is a shot with the Arc in it and the ring of traffic around it...

All help will be greatly appreciated!!

We are two adults and a child of 10 years old traveling to Paris for the first time... We are both avid photographers and would like to make the most of our first trip to Paris...

Thanks,

Sakshi

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