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Monday September 14th, 2009

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Launch of works on the French National Archives at Pierrefitte-sur-Seine

Construction works on the new French National Archives at Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, in the suburbs of Paris, were officially launched on September 11, 2009, when the foundation stone was laid by the French Prime Minister, François Fillon. Also present at the ceremony were Frédéric Mitterrand, the French Minister of Culture and Communication, and the Chairman and CEO […]

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