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The stylish connotations of the name "Trocadero" derive from the Battle of Trocadero in southern Spain, a citadel held by liberal Spaniard forces that was taken by the French troops sent by Louis XVIII of France, in 1823. The battle was commemorated in the Place du Trocadéro, Paris, and the monumental glamor of the Parisian site has given rise to a variety of locales bearing its name.

Trocadero may refer to:

Restaurants and clubs:



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