Six stations of the Paris metro was renamed in honor of the national team of France of football [photos]
Thus the city authorities want to thank the athletes for victory.
France rejoices over the victory in the world Championship on football-2018, the second in the history of the country. In honor of this event in the metro of Paris has temporarily renamed six metro station, BBC reports.
The station “Notre-Dame-des-Champs” (Notre-Dame des Champs) and “shanz-Eliza – Clemenceau” (Champs Elysées-Clémenceau) to be called “Notre-Didier-Deschamps” (Notre Didier Deschamps) and “Deschamps-Eliza – Clemenceau” (Deschamps Elysées – Clémenceau) in honor of the coach of the French team Didier Deschamps.
The station is named after Victor Hugo (Victor Hugo) changed the name to “Victor Hugo Lloris” (Victor Hugo the Lloris) – in honor of goalkeeper of the national team.
Station “Charles de Gaulle – Etoile” (Charles de Gaulle – Etoile) temporarily called “On a 2 Etoiles” (“we Have two stars” ). The star symbolizes the victory in the world championship. For the first time the French have won the gold of the world Cup in 1998.
Station “Bercy” (Bercy) will be called “Bercy Le Bleu” (Bercy les Bleus). National team France soccer often called blue because of the color of the form. “Le Bleu” in French means blue.
Station “Avron” (Du) Du Nous Gagné was “Nusa Avron, Henley”, which translated means “We won the Avron”.
French players Monday, July 16, to return home. They will pass through the centre of Paris in a bus without a roof.
The Louvre has the Mona Lisa dressed in the form of the national team of France of football
After the victory of the French team in the world Cup on Twitter the Louvre unusual photo. The Mona Lisa, the heroine of the eponymous painting by Leonardo da Vinci in photoshop dressed up in the form of the French team.
On the blue t-shirt depicts a rooster is the unofficial symbol of the French people. But it is virtually invisible behind the cloak of Mona Lisa. But over a picture of a Rooster you can see the two stars as a sign that France has twice won the world Cup.