Yes, it's just a flame but there's a better story. It was given to Paris to commemorate 100 years of cooperation, but it's now referred to as Diana's Flame. It sits directly above the tunnel where Lady Di died in the infamous car accident. When you view it with this in mind it changes your perspective. Also, it takes now time to see it (if you're in the area).
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