Funny Face was filmed in Paris in France.
Opéra Garnier - Grand Staircase
Scene where Dressed in green, Jo is photographed by Dick.
Scene was shot The Opéra Garnier, also known as Palais Garnier, is an opera house. It is home to the oldest opera and ballet company in France, the Opéra national de Paris. It was designed by the architect Charles Garnier and commissioned by Napoleon III. The official opening was on 5 January 1875. The interior is richly decorated with gold leaf, frescos, and marble. The building is 125 metres wide, 173 metres long and 73.6 metres high. The auditorium seats 2131 spectators and the stage, about 1200 m², can hold 450 artists. Today, the opera house mainly hosts ballet performances.
GPS: ['48.8717155456543', '2.33185386657715']
Scene where Maggie Prescott dances with the cab drivers.
Scene was shot Hôtel Ritz is a hotel at 15 Place Vendôme in Paris. It is owned by Egyptian businessman Mohamed Al-Fayed.
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Rue de la Paix
Scene where Maggie Prescot goes shopping in Rue de la Paix.
Scene was shot Rue de la Paix is a luxury shopping street in Paris.
GPS: ['48.8702812194824', '2.33210158348083']
Avenue des Champs-Élysées - Arc de Triomphe
Scene where Dick Avery goes sightseeing on his own.
Scene was shot Avenue des Champs-Élysées is the most prestigious and widest avenue in Paris. Thanks in part to its cinemas, cafes and luxury stores, it is one of the most famous streets in the world. The Arc de Triomphe or the Arch of Triumph is a triumphal arch and one of Paris' most famous structures at the western end of the Champs-Élysées, where twelve avenues, or avenues, converge.
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