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Pere Lachaise Cemetery
Paris' largest cemetery, Pere Lachaise was established in 1804 by Napoleon, who transferred the remains of La Fontaine, Moliere and other luminaries there. Since then, many famous people have been buried there, and as a result the grounds are visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists a year.
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