La Gazette de Berlin

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La Gazette de Berlin is the French-language newspaper published and circulated in Germany each month. Published by Régis Présent-Griot, the target audience are the 400,000 francophones in Germany. The first edition was issued on 1 June 2006.

One page is in German, and the editorial office is in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.

The name and the logo (an eagle hanging a paper and a pen) of the newspaper remain from the old La Gazette de Berlin created in 1743. La Gazette de Berlin is distributed and sold in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt am Main, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Bonn and in several other cities all over Germany.

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