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The famous gardens of French painter Claude Monet reopened to the public this week, as France lifts its coronavirus restrictions. 

The gardens are in Giverny, about 70 kilometers outside Paris. They are where Monet created his best-known works, including “Water Lilies.” More than 500,000 people visit each year to walk the pathways where Monet set up his easel and painted great works of Impressionist art.

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