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France Rethinks The Sanctity Of Its Day Of Rest

A woman walks amid both open and closed shops during a Sunday morning stroll at the Butte Montmartre in Paris, in July. Under France's Byzantine rules on Sunday trading, shops at the top of the hill are in a designated tourist area and so can open, but those at the bottom cannot. There's a fight going on for the soul of France. Since 1906, Sunday has been deemed a collective ......

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Published By: Paris Guardian - Friday, 8 November, 2013

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