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Thierry Ardisson Declares War on Kebabs

Thierry Ardisson declares war on fast food establishments

Thierry Ardisson who lives in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, says he wants to save the arcades of the Rue de Rivoli, between the Palais Royal and the Concorde, going to war against the growing kebab shops, according to the publication The Parisien .

The television host said that he was “Devastated” by the state of this very poorly maintained heritage, with the area giving way to businesses in low-end souvenirs and fast food establishments.  The host who at the end of 2014 set up l’Association de défense des arcades Rivoli (Adar) to “give back the luster of the arcades and give it the respect that the architecture of the nineteenth century deserves, “the newspaper reported.

Thierry Ardisson found a decree of December 23, 1852, that forbids installations “who require the use of an oven.”  He has called for for the closure of takeaway food outlets that are using ovens and microwave ovens, adding  “If we do nothing, it will kebabs and Eiffel towers from the Place de la Concorde to the Louvre.”

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