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Jane Garnes writes:

Attached are some photos from Sunday's march in Paris on Sunday last, 27 January. There were two routes. One went from Boulevard Arago, boulevard Saint Marcel, boulevard de l’Hôpital, place Valhubert, pont d’Austerlitz, place Mazas, quai de la Rapée, boulevard de la Bastille. The one I followed went from Avenue Denfert Rochereau, avenue de l’Observatoire, boulevard Saint Michel, boulevard Saint Germain, pont de Sully, boulevard Henri IV, boulevard de la Bastille.

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PACE in Italian means peace.The flag is also the rainbow gay flag. The guy is atop the statue of the lion at Denfert-Rochereau where the march began.

The flag is also the rainbow gay flag. The guy is atop the statue of the lion at Denfert-Rochereau where the march began.

The flag is also the rainbow gay flag. The guy is atop the statue of the lion at Denfert-Rochereau where the march began.

"We are all family" hand sign in English. These two climbed atop a bus stop acclaiming support for transgender people. People spoke many languages and there were any number of US citizens too that I heard speaking American.

People of all ages, straight and gay marched

The sign says, "I would like to divorce but I cannot marry."

Small stick-on patches were everywhere. This one is for LGBT equality.

Her sign says, "Make me a Goddess, give me my rights." Disney Princess image, isn't it?

Woman carrying a sign saying "Oui" ("Yes") on the Boulevard St. Michele

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