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Iconic figure DALIDA


Many special televised programs, an expo at the Hôtel de Ville de Paris, the release of albums, of books...20 years since the death of the Dalida is stirring up a craze almost as intense as when she was alive.
Since her death, Dalida has become a cult figure and a gay icon to a new generation of fans. In 1988, The Encyclopedia Universalis commissioned a poll which was eventually published in daily newspaper Le Monde, the aim of which was to reveal personalities that had the greatest impact on French society. Dalida polled second, behind Général de Gaulle.
In a free expo dedicated to Dalida at l’Hôtel de Ville, images, documents, dresses...will be displayed for the first time from May to August 2024.
You can also find a series of video clips in this program consecrated to her.


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