„Paris is well worth a mass.“

—  Henry IV of France, Posthumous attributions, Paris vaut bien une messe. 500 citations de culture générale, p. 28 https://books.google.com/books?id=pBQMTdLS_wUC&pg=PA28
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Paris vaut bien une messe.

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first French monarch of the House of Bourbon 1553 - 1610

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