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France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.

France - Tribute to Charles Aznavour ©Alexandre Minguez

France pays homage to Charles Aznavour, monument of the song, died Monday at the age of 94 years. More than 2000 people attended the official ceremony at the Invalides in the morning, including Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pachinian, as well as friendly singers and actors. Throughout his 70 years of career, Charles Aznavour has marked generations. The career of the Franco-Armenian artist began in the 1950s and his lyrics are first performed by the biggest names in the song, such as Edith Piaf, Juliette Greco or Gilbert Bécaud etc ... The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, and the Armenian Prime Minister delivered a eulogy and it is with the sound of "Take me" played on the piano that the coffin will leave the courtyard of the Invalides.