In Pictures: France's anti-gay marriage protests
Crowds numbering 340,000 descended on the Eiffel Tower from every corner of France on January 13th, to oppose a law legalising gay marriage, set to come into effect in June. The government of President Francois Hollande has vowed to press on with the legislation, despite opposition.
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A protestor at the Eiffel Tower holds signs saying "Everyone born to a man and a woman" and "Difference is the key to existence."
Photo: Dan Mac Guill/The Local