See if you can ID me.
I'm a famous European city of more than two million people.
I'm the birthplace of Yo-Yo Ma,Voltaire and Claude Monet.
My nickname is City of Light.
I'm Paris,France,located on the banks of the Seine River.
Things you'd expect to see rising in the skies about Paris-the Arch de Triomphe,the Eiffel Tower,Notre Dame Cathedral. Not drones.
They're completely illegal in the French capital.
You can't even fly one with a license.
That's part of the reason why a number of drones appearing overnight over some of Paris' landmarks has some Parisians concerned.
These drones have been flying over not just sites that are recognizable to tourists,but also over some of the most important democratic institutions in all of France and Europe.
I want to remind our viewers that on Monday,these five drones were reportedly spotted over the Eiffel Tower,The Bastille,Place de la Concorde,which is a large public square that many tourists will remember.
Les Invalides,it's a museum there in Paris,as well as the U.S. Embassy.
And then again on Tuesday night,beginning 11:00 p.m. on until just about 2:00 a.m.
Wednesday,authorities say they spotted drones over the Latin Quarter,the French National Assembly,which is similar to the U.S. Congress,
Gare de L'Est,which is a large rail station,as well as over two large Paris metro stations.
Paris authorities tell us they've opened an investigation which is being handled by the Parisian police as well as the French prosecutor's office.
It's not being handled by the French military.