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Heritage Days: from Marseille to Paris, they sound the alert

2021-09-17T16:07:34.573Z

While the European Heritage Days are making their comeback this weekend, Le Figaro looks back on four figures in the defense of French heritage.



After the long period of closure of cultural places, and a 2020 edition under the sign of Covid-19, the European Heritage Days are making a comeback on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 September.

• Quentin Divernois and Jacques, @saccageparis

In the beginning was @PanamePropre, a Twitter account whose author presents himself as a "humanist".

And then came the incredible sounding board that is @saccageparis, a name found by two people, who hold to a form of anonymity.

The first, Quentin Divernois - a stage name, he specifies - is an engineer.

Aged 32, from Paris, he lives in the 15th arrondissement.

The second, which appears under the acronym of JDSE, is a bookseller and also lives in the Goutte d'Or.

See also

European Heritage Days: they live in a historic monument

Since March 2021, the @saccageparis account represents a digital army (1.8 million tweets, which is considerable), covering a wide field of indignation, ranging from the pile of garbage, to the excesses of ephemeral terraces by the way. by the

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Source: lefigaro

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