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English: The Cirque-Olympique, also referred to as the Cirque Franconi, an equestrian theatre company founded by the Franconi brothers, who at different times used four different theatres in Paris:
  • Cirque du Mont Thabor (1807–1816)
  • Cirque Faubourg du Temple (1817–1826)
  • Cirque-Olympique on the boulevard du Temple (1827–1847, building demolished c. 1862)
  • Cirque d'été on the Champs-Élysées (1841-?, building demolished in 1902)


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