But, it's not just about sex; there are well-choreographed dance routines, trapeze artists and acrobats that turn the experience into a naughty version of Cirque du Soleil.
Originally built in 1803 on the personal order of Napoleon Bonaparte, the theater quickly became the hangout of noted authors of its time, including Alexandre Dumas and Balzac. Sadly it burned down several years later. When Paris began preparing for the Universal Exhibition of 1889 for the World's Fair, Gustave Eiffel restored the theater to its glory. Today, the Paradis Latin attracts tens of thousands of visitors a year. The shows highlight both the history of Paris and its future.
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