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Culture vs Covid: The TikTok revolution at France’s Versailles Palace

By France24
19 February 2021   |   5:21 pm
We all need a bit of cheering up at the moment, so as part of FRANCE 24's week-long series on Covid vs Culture, in this edition we're talking about some of the positive ways the arts are fighting back in the Covid-19 era. One of them is how France's most traditional cultural spaces are getting down with the kids on TikTok.

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