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The original Pont de l’Alma was built in 1856 to commemorate the Battle of Alma; its north end is also close to the Flamme de la Liberte and the site of Princess Diana’s fatal car wreck (Pont de l’Alma tunnel). The bridge was rebuilt from...More
Named after a famous battle in the Crimean war, the bridge owes its fame to its location close to where Princess Diana died and a memorial to her (the Flame of Liberty) is located next to the bridge. Historically, a statue next to the bridge...More
Walking towards our hotel after we had been hanging out at the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel tower is so tall it can be seen from quit a distance ... as you can see from one of the pics it's can been seen from the Diana...More
While departing the City of Paris to the train station by taxi, I was asked if I cared to see where Princess Diana met her unfortunate accident! Pont de l`alma Tunnel in Paris where Princess Diana died traveling west bound while being pursued by photographers...More