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Champs Élysées

(shäN zālēzā`), avenue of Paris, France, leading from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe. It is celebrated for its tree-lined beauty, its commodious breadth, the elegance of its cafés, theaters, and shops, and the fountain display at its center. Begun by Louis XIV and completed by Louis XV, it led through open country until the early 19th cent.
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Such is Colgan's belief in the mating she is likely to visit Champs Elysees again next year.
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The sprint ace has added four stages to his tally in this edition and would reach the 20-mark should he repeat his triumph last year on the Champs Elysees.
The Champs Elysees center is visited by tourists from around the world daily.
I'll try and win on the Champs Elysees and that's all I can do," said Cavendish, who yesterday celebrated the 14th Tour win of his career.
He hopes strollers on the Champs Elysees will think about "what is on their plates and become more active consumers".
Later French, American and Senegalese troops marched triumphantly down the Champs Elysee to ecstatic cheers of Parisians of all ages.
Cavendish, who now has a career total of 10 Tour stage wins, said: "I said all along, I wanted to win on the Champs Elysees.
Ridden by Garrett Gomez, Champs Elysees was sixth in the field of six older horses on the backstretch, moved up to third on the final turn and won by 11/4 lengths, covering 11/4 miles on the turf course in 2:00.
There was never any realistic chance of him losing the jersey yesterday in the traditional processional ride to the Champs Elysees.
In second position is the Avenue des Champs Elysees in Paris, followed by Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.
With its chichi shops and cafes sheltering under mature zelkova trees, Omotesando is Tokyo's equivalent of the Champs Elysees.