Hello, it’s me Marimonda!
Today I’d like to introduce the LGBT parade in Paris. This parade began more than 40 years ago under the name of the <Gay Parade>. The festival is called <La Marche des Fiertés de Paris> now, and it aims to celebrate equal right, love and liberty.
I know it can be a controversial issue, but I post this for whom might be interested in this event or prefer not to meet them in Paris.
The event will be held tomorrow, Saturday 29th June from 2 p.m. till 10 p.m. The parade will last about 4 hours. It starts at Place du 18 June 1940 in Montparnasse at 2 p.m. The parade will pass Place du 18 Juin, Boulevard du Montparnasse, Port Royal, Boulevard St Michel / Luxembourg, Place St Michel, Boulevard du Palais, Place du Châtelet, Boulevard Sébastopol, Strasbourg St-Denis, Boulevard St Martin, Place de la République.The event will be held tomorrow, Saturday 29th June from 2 p.m. till 10 p.m. The parade will last about 4 hours. It starts at Place du 18 June 1940 in Montparnasse at 2 p.m. The parade will be continued to Port Royal, Luxembourg, Chatelet, and it will be over at the place de République.
Other events will be organized throughout Paris. The Eiffel tower will be colored in rainbow colors. Activities such as music, videos, stand-ups will be organized at the place de République where the end point of the march.
As you may know, these days the weather in Paris is crazy hot. It is expected to be more than 35 degrees tomorrow on the day of the event. Thus, it’s recommended to bring a bottle of water, use sunscreen properly, and bring a hat to avoid the excessive exposure to the Sun.
Enjoy your trip with Marimonda! See you soon 🙂
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