Charles Blondin


Charles Blondin
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Charles Blondin

Jean François Gravelet - Blondin (28 février 1824 - 19 février 1897), est un funambule français, né à Hesdin en France.

Il traversa les Chutes du Niagara sur un Fil de fer en 1859.

Il est enterré au Kensal Green Cemetery.

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