PSAS: The Era of Greatness: Sly Cooper Intro
The full moon is as bright as ever, a typical thing almost every night in Paris, the capital and the most populous city of all France. Paris is a city well-known for its most-visited art museums, fashion designers, and historical landmarks such as the Notre Dame Cathedral; The Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile; and, of course, the Eiffel Tower. It's late at night, with a few big clouds in the sky as most of the French residents sleeping soundly in their homes, with the moon light keeping the dark streets almost as bright as the lit parts of the city of lights.
In the north-western part of Paris, next to the Sienne River, is the Grand Palais, another one of Paris's landmarks. The Grand Palais is a large museum, a great place for art exhibition events; a huge building with a glass vault ceiling, iron and light steel framing, and its reinforced concrete. The front alone has several columns and windows on the walls on either side of the front entrance, as well as different statues in front and o