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Élysée

(ālēzā`), palace in Paris, on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Built in 1718 and once the property of Mme de Pompadour, it has been since 1873 the official residence of the presidents of France.
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The two leaders are scheduled to meet at the Elysee Palace on Tuesday.
EMMANUEL Macron was inaugurated as France's new president at the Elysee palace in Paris yesterday and immediately launched into his mission to fight terrorism and shake up French politics and the EU.
Following the ceremony and military honours at the Elysee palace, Mr Macron was to go to the Tomb of the Unknown soldier, at the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs-Elysees Avenue, a tradition followed by all heads of states in France's modern history.
Emmanuel Macron, 39, waved to the crowds under the eyes of the Mona Lisa before the ceremony at the Elysee Palace.
Following the ceremony at the Elysee palace, Mr Macron went to the Tomb of the Unknown soldier, at the Arc de Triomphe, a tradition followed by all heads of states in France's modern history.
A statement by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, "said that Barzani would meet during the European tour, which will be conducted this week, French President Francois Hollande, at the Elysee Palace and will discuss with him the war on Daesh of terrorist organization and the issue of freeing the city of Mosul and the relations between the Region and France, and the latest developments in the Region.
Though he accepted elite commissions at distinguished residences such as the Elysee Palace in Paris, his ordinary products--razors, fans, kitchenware--were designed with equal zeal.
French President Francois Hollande and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman pose for a picture at the entrance to the Elysee Palace in Paris on Monday.
Paris, Rajab 1, 1437, Apr 8, 2016, SPA -- French President Francois Hollande tour of Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan from 16 to April 19, according to a statement to the Elysee Palace.
EVENTS 1959: General Charles de Gaulle, above, is proclaimed first President of the new Fifth Republic in France during a brief ceremony at the Elysee Palace in Paris.
Standing alongside Mr Hollande in the Elysee Palace in Paris, Mr Cameron said: "The United Kingdom will do all in our power to support our friend and ally France to defeat this evil death cult.
The two leaders went on to have talks at the Elysee Palace at which Hollande was expected to tell Cameron of his plans for an international coalition to crush Islamic State (IS) after the jihadist group claimed responsibility for the Paris carnage.