Trocadero

The stylish connotations of the name `Trocadero` derive from the Battle of Trocadero in southern Spain, a citadel held by liberal Spaniard forces that was taken by the French troops sent by Louis XVIII of France, in 1823. The battle was commemorated in the Place du Trocadéro, Paris, and the monumental glamor of the Parisian site has given rise .....
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Trocadéro

The Trocadéro, (trɔ.ka.de.ʁo), site of the Palais de Chaillot, pron, is an area of Paris, France, in the 16th arrondissement, across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. The hill of the Trocadéro is the hill of Chaillot, a former village. ==Origin of the name== The place was named in honour of the Battle of Trocadero, in which the fortified Isla d...
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Trocadero

[drink] Trocadero, is a caffeinated apple- and orange flavored soft drink from Sweden. It is particularly popular in the northern parts of Sweden. It has been produced by Saturnus AB since 1953. Several Swedish breweries make Trocadero, including Kopparbergs, Spendrups and Nyckelbryggerier among others. ==Ingredients== ==The Name== Trocader...
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Trocadero

[Los Angeles] Cafe Trocadero was an upscale nightclub that opened on the Sunset Strip in 1934 and immediately became the place where Hollywood stars went to be seen. Not surprisingly, photographs of the stars out on the town at the Troc one night might appear in The Hollywood Reporter the next day, as both Cafe Trocadero and THR were owned ...
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Trocadero

[name origin] Trocadero is the name of several restaurants and clubs throughout the world. The name dates to the Battle of Trocadero in southern Spain, in which a citadel held by liberal Spanish forces that was taken by the French troops sent by Charles X, in 1823, was commemorated in the Place du Trocadéro, Paris. ...
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