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A savory blend of horse drawn carriages and gas-powered cars
Rare and impressive these vehicles were used for the transportation of stones
50 meter high, 45 meter wide and with a depth of 22 meters, completed in 1838. At its feet lays the tomb of the unknown soldier from World War 1.
The avenue circa 1950.
Newsstand and Morris column
1300meter long, 120 meter wide thanks to the gardens lining up this avenue, the widest avenue in Paris
This quay is well known for its pet shops and nurseries
Modest shopkeepers in 1920.
The Aile de Flore, along with the Aile de Marsan, were added to the palace during the Second Empire