Beaugrenelle is a quarter near the Eiffel Tower with a variety of shopping and entertainment centers: shops, cinemas, bowling, restaurants . . All of them are in several high-rise buildings. Upper floors offer beautiful views of the Seine River, the famous tower of Paris and the city as a whole.
The complex is located near the Grenelle bridge, and on the screen we can see two more bridges over the Seine: Pont de Bir-Hakeim and Pont d’Iena, which leads from the Eiffel Tower to Palais de Chaillot. The closest visible bridge is between the Paris Wine Museum and the House of Japanese Culture, which are located at the accesses to Pont de Bir-Hakeim.
The tower is a little overshadowed by a high-rise building at 39A Quai de Grenelle, the green facades of which fit nicely into the overall view of the city, the architectural ensemble of Paris is being looked after very carefully. In the lower left part of the screen we can see a small piece of the Ile aux Cygnes, which is right on the river Seine. On this island, there is an alley with the same name, and there is a small copy of the American Statue of Liberty.