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France, Paris, La Defense, skyscrapers, low angle (Composite) : Stock Photo
La Defense is the business district situated on the western edge of Paris. It was created in the 1960s to provide a new home for the big French and multi-national companies.

France, Paris, La Defense, skyscrapers, low angle (Composite)

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Edouard Berne
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La Defense is the business district situated on the western edge of Paris. It was created in the 1960s to provide a new home for the big French and multi-national companies.
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CB8562-001
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