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Death of France Gall: the last farewell of his loved ones cimeter of Montmartre

Death of France Gall: the last farewell of his loved ones
 cimeter of Montmartre

The relatives of France Gall gathered Friday, January 12 at the Montmartre cemetery for the funeral of the singer.
They were all there for a last goodbye. Friday, January 12, the relatives of France Gall met at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris. It’s In a mausoleum inspired by a bird cage that France Gall will rest forever. At the Montmartre cemetery, in the heart of Paris, his son Raphael Hamburger was in the front row, next to Bruck Dawit , the boyfriend of the artist. The procession made up of the hearse and seven vehicles with tinted windows had passed the grates of the cemetery a little earlier, around 16 hours, applauded by the crowd that had waited patiently for hours, reports The Parisian in its edition published Saturday, January 13th. Among those who came to say goodbye to him, artists and politicians. Matthieu Chedid first of all, close friend of France Gall . Then Cécile Cassel , ex-girlfriend of Raphaël Hambuger , the photograph Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Pierre Lescure , president of the Cannes festival. On the policy side, Jean-Louis Borloo (UDI) and the former mayor of Paris, Bertrand Delanoe answered this. Also present, Carole Bouquet and Jacques Attali for their part took the floor. After the time of the tribute came the time of the songs. Tubes of France Gall were played during the ceremony. Outside, fans were more than 200 to stay at the gates of the Montmartre cemetery, present to greet one last time this artist they loved so much. France Gall has passed Sunday, January 7th. She will rest above the grave of the love of her life, Michel Berger and their daughter Pauline , died in 1997 of cystic fibrosis. A mausoleum made of glass and metal representing a birdcage. This is how the singer saw herself. Inside this glass cage, a Japanese cherry tree grows and gives pink flowers.


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