Folies Bergère

Folies Bergère

[French faw-lee ber-zher]
noun
a Parisian music hall founded in 1869 and noted for the lavish spectacle and mildly risqué content of its entertainments.

Origin:
< French: the Bergère Follies, after rue Bergère, a street near which it was originally located

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