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Touted as one of the most beautiful bridges in the entire world. It connects Champs-Élysées and Les Invalides and its foundation stone was laid in 1896. It was built for 1900 Exposition Universelle, the fair that saw the introduction of radio, escalators, talking films, and the world’s most powerful microscope. Named after the Russian Tsar Alexander III, it commemorates the alliance of Russia and France in 1892. The Tzar was quite loved in France since he could speak French as fluently as a native.