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Trip Report The life and death of the Tour 13

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It might be a bit cruel to show something that nobody will ever see again, but I thought it might be useful to show how alert one must be to capture brief events in Paris (or anywhere else) that can be absolutely breathtaking if you manage to happen upon them at the right time.

I will begin with the end for once, the destruction of the Tour 13: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgqE1uHGJ-A

But if you want to see what was inside and what you missed last October, here is the full report: http://tinyurl.com/kmkkdo5

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