BORNE MICHELIN LYON N7

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Napoleon Bonaparte built the Route Impériale from Paris to Rome in 1811, which led to the creation of the 995km long Route Nationale 7 in 1824. This historic route runs from Paris through Lyon to Menton on the Italian border, and is known for its romantic and nostalgic allure. A restored Borne Michelin, originally from the 1930s, now sits at the junction of the D317, and an exact reproduction of the Lyon-Tarare side has been created from solid meranti with a special coating and authentic Michelin font. It comes with a Vinsign certificate and luxury postcard.

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