"We go in by the Trocadéro entrance"
Exposition poster
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Sasha tells the Gigolo she wants to visit the ‘Exhibition’, referring to the Exposition Internationale of 1937. Sasha is referring to the building by its old name, possibly because she is a past resident of the city. The original Moorish-style Palais du Trocadéro was built for the 1878 World’s Fair, then demolished and rebuilt as the Palais de Chaillot in 1937. It was here, 11 years later, where the United Nations General Assembly inaugurated the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Palais now houses several museums.