Cerny-en-Laonnois German War Cemetery

The Cerny-en-Laonnois German War Cemetery was opened in 1925 by the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge to bury the men who died on the Chemin des Dames

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Cerny-en-Laonnois French War Cemetery and Memorial Chapel

The Cerny-en-Laonnois French War Cemetery was opened between 1919 and 1925 to bury the men who died during the Battle of the Chemin des Dames

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Cerny-en-Laonnois Memorial Chapel

The WWI Memorial Chapel of the Chemin des Dames, Lantern of the Dead and British Memorial Column were erected in the village Cerny-en-Laonnois in the Aisne

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Belle-Epoque architecture in Mers-les-Bains

Mers-les-Bains seaside resort is located on the Opal Coast in Picardie and pooled with Le Tréport an Eu, and is renown for its Belle Epoque architecture

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Burghers of Calais - Rodin Museum

Calais, a port and citadel saved from destruction by the Bourgeois de Calais, the local notables who handed over the city’s keys to the English king in 1347

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Opal Coast at Wimereux

Opal Coast, the 120kms long Pas-de-Calais and Picardie coastline, that spreads from Dunkerque near Belgium, to Mers-les-Bains at the boundary with Normandie

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Grand Rex Cinema Art Deco architecture

The Art Deco Grand Rex, the largest cinema in Europe and a small replica of New-York Radio City Music Hall, was built by the architects Bluysen and Eberson

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Square Gabriel Pierne book-bench

The Square Gabriel Pierne, a small public garden with fun benches shaped like open books, located behind the Institute of France in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

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Quai Branly Museum facade

The Quai Branly Museum Vertical Garden, a natural ecosystem, a refuge for biodiversity and an important element of urban ecology, in the heart of Paris

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Neuville-Saint-Vaast German War Cemetery - Hanover Monument

Neuville-Saint-Vaast German War Cemetery, is the largest WWI German cemetery in France and contains the remains of 44, 833 German soldiers killed in Artois

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Aigues-Mortes fortifications

Aigues-Mortes, a inland port and a walled city developed by St. Louis in the 13th century among the salt marshes and ponds of Camargue in Southern France

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Newspaper Kiosks - Place Saint-Augustin

Paris’ 150-year old newspaper kiosks, emblematic features of the capital that need to be protected from the the rise of online newspapers and magazines

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