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English: Funerary monuments of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette (not their graves), Saint Denis Basilica, France.
Français: Monuments funéraires (et non leurs tombeaux) à la mémoire de Louis XVI et de Marie-Antoinette réalisés par Edme Gaulle et Pierre Petitot en 1830, basilique Saint-Denis.
Italiano: Monumenti funerari (non le loro tombe) di Luigi XVI e di Maria-Antonietta realizzati nel 1830 da Edme Gaulle e Pierre Petitot, basilica di Saint Denis.
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current21:45, 9 March 2007Thumbnail for version as of 21:45, 9 March 20071,023 × 679 (250 KB)Eric Pouhier== Summary == FR : Le roi Louis XVI et la reinne Marie Antoinette, Basilique Saint Denis, France EN : The king Louis XVI and the queen Marie Antoinette, Saint denis basilica, France Author : -- Eric Pouhier Date : 2006 == Licensin
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