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Location - PARIS - Alexander III bridge (Pont Alexandre III) over the River Seine. A magnificent structure built with Art Nouveau opulence and extravagance to honour the Russian Tsar Alexander III who had signed the Franco-Russian Alliance in 1892. He died without seeing the completed structure. The bridge was commenced in 1896, and finished, on time, in 1900. This was a special year for Paris, as they hosted the Exposition Universelle AND the Olympic Games. Certainly the place to see and be seen. Below, a Bateau Mouche sails along the river. It advertises the red, apératif wine "St. Raphael Quinquina - without competion"
Date - c.1910
Size in mm (approx) - 140 x 88
Publisher -  EDN VO-DW ANVERS with their monogram logo. This is Van Os-DeWolf of Antwerp, Belgium
Publisher's Card No. none
Un-used:
Condition - Light wear to the corners, with some damage to the lower right corner, mainly visible from the back


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