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Art & Artists @ Paris

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Homosexual acts between adults in private have been legal in France since the Penal Code of 1791. The slogan "Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité" originates from the French Revolution, and is still the motto of the French Republic today.

In March 2001, the openly gay Bertrand Delanoë was elected as... read more or write a travelogue


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