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Statue de Louis Pasteur à Arbois
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Statue de Louis Pasteur à Arbois.

Pasteur vivait à Arbois quelques mois par an dans sa maison de famille. La ville lui a rendu plusieurs hommages dont cette statue.

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Uploaded: 10/07/2010
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Tags: arbois; vins; vin jaune; wine louis pasteur; pasteur; jura; franche-comté; vin de paille
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