"Jetzt geht's los" with this air freshener dedicated to the fans of one the greatest region of North of France: ALSACE.
Fruity Vanilla fragrance
This product (10,5 x 7 cm) exists on a WHITE or BLACK background
(choice to be specified in comments when ordering).
Did you know?
La Marseillaise, the French national anthem, has no connection with the city of Marseille but... with Strasbourg! In April 1792, as France went to war with Austria, the officer Rouget de Lisle wrote a song to mobilize the soldiers of the Rhine in Strasbourg. Originally, the song was called War song for the Rhine Army. In August 1792, volunteers from Marseille came to Paris in order to help the revolutionaries by singing this song. For Parisians, it was the song of people from Marseille who came to lend a hand to end the monarchy. That is how they renamed it: La Marseillaise. The 14th of July 1795, la Marseillaise became the French national anthem.