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Pantheon can be found in Sights, Paris, France in Europe

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Student Protest Featured Pantheon Print

Student Protest

4th April 1925: French students and their supporters at a demonstration in front of the Pantheon in Paris. They are protesting against the government's decision to close the law school of the University of Paris, following objections by the students to the installation of a new professor. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Unknown soldier and heart of Gambetta, Paris, France Featured Pantheon Print

Unknown soldier and heart of Gambetta, Paris, France

A special ceremony in Paris on Armistice Day 1920, when an unknown soldier was buried under the Arc de Triomphe and the heart of Gambetta (founder of the Third Republic) was placed in the Pantheon. Date: November 1920

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Pump Park Photography

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A Calender of a philosophy of History (printed paper) Featured Pantheon Print

A Calender of a philosophy of History (printed paper)

XJF439981 A Calender of a philosophy of History (printed paper) by Chenavard, Paul Marc Joseph (1807-1895); Private Collection; ( A diagram of Chenavard's philosophy of history, such as he intended to depict in an unrealised work proposed in 1848 for the Pantheon in Paris entitled either La Palingenesie sociale or La Philosophie de l'histoire'; Chenavard equates history to the ages of man, suggesting a cyclical progression from the beginning of Genesis and the development of humanity and language through to Napoleon and the dissolution of society, decadence and the end of history; Calendrier d'une philosphie de l'Histoire';); French, out of copyright

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