Universal Exposition of 1900. The Alexander III Bridge (the left bank piles, topped by fame) and the Petit Palais. Paris, 1900.
Keywords used by ROGER VIOLLET to describe this photograph: universal exhibition 1900, universal exhibition, year 1900, visitor, tourist, pedestrian, avenue nicolas II, grand palace, bridge, belle epoque, historical monument, small palace, bridge alexandre III, street scene
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