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Thursday September 3rd, 2015

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The Vincennes zoo as you’ve never seen it before

Visitors are familiar with the animals and the new park in the Vincennes zoo (the Paris zoological park) that was opened a little over one year ago. But did you know that a team of nine experienced Bouygues Energies & Services employees works every day to make sure visitors have an enjoyable experience at the […]

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