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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A district of Paris on the northern, or right, bank of the Seine River. The Arc de Triomphe, the Elysée Palace, the Louvre, fashionable shopping boulevards, and Montmartre are on the Right Bank.

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  • noun the region of Paris on the north bank of the Seine

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  • Neighborhoods: the Right Bank is the right bank to be on for cafes and funky-meets-minimalist boutiques.

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  • The "Right Bank" of Bordeaux is a different story, especially cool-climate St. - Emilion.

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  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera – like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai – requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera – like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai – requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera â" like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai â" requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera â" like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai â" requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera â" like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai â" requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera â" like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai â" requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera – like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai – requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

  • Visiting some of the postcard venues Allen splashes from the camera – like temples of gastronomy such as Le Grand Vefour on the Right Bank or Laperouse on a Left Bank quai – requires reservations and deep pockets.

    Woody Allen's Paris

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