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River Seine levels continue to rise in Paris

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The 'Zouave' statue on the Pont d'Alma in Paris is an informal watchdog of the level of the River Seine. On Monday, after a weekend of rain, levels were in excess of 4.50 metres in the French capital, and above the Zouave's knees. IMAGES

Added on the 08/02/2021 14:12:17 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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