Rue de Rivoli  

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"Now he went to Galignani's, bought an English Baedeker, entered the bodega in the Rue de Rivoli to drink of that port which the English love, and then proceeded to a tavern opposite the Gare St. Lazare to eat what he imagined to be a characteristic English meal, surrounded by English people, and haunted by memories of Dickens."--À rebours (1884) by Joris-Karl Huysmans

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Rue de Rivoli 5"Rivoli Street") is a street in central Paris, France. It is a commercial street whose shops include leading fashionable brands.

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