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Dalida Statue, Paris
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  • A bust of the famous French singer of Italian descent find is easy enough-is located on the eponymous square in Montmartre. But I don't really understand why if you rub the sculpture for the bust, you will luck into your personal life? After all, Delilah and committed suicide, because unhappy was in his personal life and it depressed her! Could before rubbing her breasts worth reflect ...
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  • Dalida's popularity knows no time. Visit her tomb at Montmartre cemetery still come crowds. Not less popular and her house near the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, and this bust installed in the square that bears her name place Dalida. Rub the breasts of this statue-good omen, so looks like it's comparably)) Find this bust can be, upstairs on the street Girardon from another famous monument, Paz-Murail. So rubbing first hand passing through walls, and then chest Dalida-will double luck))
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  • Monument to famous singer set in Montmartre, near the area where she lived. To accept, touching a bronze breast of the Statue brings luck in love
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