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France will lend Britain the Bayeux Tapestry, an 11th-century treasure that depicts the tale of how William the Conqueror came to invade England in 1066, an official at the presidential Elysee Palace in Paris announced Wednesday. Made a day before French President Emmanuel Macron is due to visit Britain for talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, the statement was greeted with enthusiasm in Britain where the tapestry has powerful historical resonance.The 70-meter-long tapestry, whose precise origins are obscure and which has not left France in its nearly 950-year known history, is currently on display in the town of Bayeux, in the northwestern French region of Normandy.
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