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Tuileries Garden, Paris, France, 1989

Photo: Tuileries Garden

A man sits in Paris's Tuileries Garden flanked by colorful model sailboats, which are rented out and sailed in the park's picturesque fountains.

Located in downtown Paris along the banks of the Seine, the gardens are built on the site of an old quarry where clay for tiles, or tuileries in French, was once mined.

(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, "The Great Revolution," July 1989, National Geographic magazine)

Photograph by James L. Stanfield

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