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Place de l'Alma

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Pierre Henri
Pierre Henri
August 31, 2011
Go and see the monument In memory of Princes Diana accidental death
December 5, 2015
The "Flamme de la Liberté" [Liberty Flame], erected in 1987 near to the Alma bridge in Paris and transformed into a stele commemorating the Princess Diana.
Hôtel Kleber Champs-Élysées Eiffel
Hôtel Kleber Champs-Élysées Eiffel
October 5, 2017
RER C, une fois arrivée place de l'alma il faut traverser le pont de l'alma pour atteindre la station de RER
February 28, 2015
a place where you can enjoy a glass of French wine admiring unforgettable view on The Eiffel Tower (tour Eiffel).
January 9, 2015
Flame of the Statue of Liberty and offerings to Lady Di

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