Victor Noir Memorial Sculpture

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Victor Noir, a political journalist who was shot in a duel by Prince Pierre Bonaparte in 1870, became a symbol of the imperial injustice and a martyr for the Republic. More than one hundred thousand people came to his funeral, where frenetic weeping was mixed with calls for insurrection.

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Père Lachaise Cemetery - Division 92
Address
16 Rue du Repos
City
Paris
State/Province
Île-de-France
Country
France

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