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La Marseillaise, Rouget de Lisle
La Marseillaise, Rouget de Lisle
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La Marseillaise, Rouget de Lisle

This line depicts the French national anthem. It was developed in partnership with the Élysée and is naturally 100% made in France.

Proceeds from its sale go towards financing renovation works at the Élysée Palace – the official residence of the President of France – 300 years after it was built, thus helping to preserve France’s cultural and historical heritage.

Drawing on a revolutionary spirit, this patriotic hymn has accompanied France’s political history: La Marseillaise was proclaimed the French national anthem on July 14,1795. The song was then banned under the Empire but later re-instated as the national anthem in 1879 under the French Third Republic. Today, La Marseillaise is listed in Article 2 of France’s Constitution as one of the national symbols of the French Republic, along with the French language and the blue, white, and red flag.

32,50 €



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This line depicts the French national anthem. It was developed in partnership with the Élysée and is naturally 100% made in France.

Proceeds from its sale go towards financing renovation works at the Élysée Palace – the official residence of the President of France – 300 years after it was built, thus helping to preserve France’s cultural and historical heritage.

Drawing on a revolutionary spirit, this patriotic hymn has accompanied France’s political history: La Marseillaise was proclaimed the French national anthem on July 14,1795. The song was then banned under the Empire but later re-instated as the national anthem in 1879 under the French Third Republic. Today, La Marseillaise is listed in Article 2 of France’s Constitution as one of the national symbols of the French Republic, along with the French language and the blue, white, and red flag.

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