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Café de Flore | by Peter Denton
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Café de Flore

A waiter at the Café de Flore, Paris - one of the city's most famous landmarks. For many years in the early 20th century, the café (on the Boulevard Saint-Germain) played host to the intellectual left - the likes of Camus, Sartre and de Beauvoir were frequent visitors. These days, it's a popular tourist port of call - and every year, the Prix de Flore, a literary prize for young authors, is awarded annually at the café.

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Taken on November 27, 2008