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Synonyms for Seine

a French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then northward into the English Channel

a large fishnet that hangs vertically, with floats at the top and weights at the bottom

fish with a seine

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A woman stands on a low wall on the flooded banks of the river Seine in Paris
The post River Seine levels rise further as Paris braces for flood risk appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
My PERFECT day By CHLOE WALFORD of Paris-based Evaneos Travel MORNING After a leisurely walk along the River Seine I would grab an indulgent eclair from the Galeries Lafayette for breakfast via a quick visit to the Louvre.
The Big Bus Paris company said the bus had taken the tunnel under the River Seine because other routes were blocked by a display to boost the city's bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games.
8-mile) stretch of the Right Bank of the River Seine has become pedestrianised.
1887: The world's first motor race took place along the banks of the River Seine.
Summer Gardens & River Seine Experience Cruise 8 days from PS1119 Sailing from Liverpool on board Magellan, 8 July 2017 Cruise into the glorious Normandy countryside along the Seine's tree-lined meanders, and call at two of Britain's sunniest southern outposts.
A massive mopA[degrees]up is under way in France after flooding that killed four people, caused the river Seine in Paris to burst its banks, and left damage estimated at up to e1/41bn (RO436mn).
lt;BPlastic boxes containing artworks are placed for safekeeping between sculptures in an exhibition hall at the Louvre, which was closed to visitors yesterday due to the unusually high River Seine AP Photo/Markus
TAP)-The levels of the River Seine in Paris have started dropping slightly after reaching a 34-year high on Friday.
PARIS, Sha'ban 26, 1437, June 02, 2016, SPA -- Paris prepared to close an underground metro line as water levels in the river Seine kept rising, and staff at the Louvre museum were told the venue was likely to close too.
Authorities predict around 5 million people will be affected if a flood hits city when river Seine rises above its normal level.
The arena is on the banks of the River Seine in the Bercy area, near the 11th arrondissement, where terrorists targeted the Bataclan and pubs, cafes and restaurants, killing 130 people.
These will be held among others on the banks and quaysides of the river Seine, the Jardin des Tuilleries, the Place Vendome or the Jardin des Plantes.