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Category:Stade Roland-Garros

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English: Le Stade de Roland Garros ("Roland Garros Stadium") is a tennis venue located in Paris, France. It hosts the French Open tennis tournament (known as the Roland Garros Tournament within France), a Grand Slam event played annually in May and June. The facility was constructed in 1928 to host France's first defense of the Davis Cup. It is named for Roland Garros, a pioneer aviator (completed the first solo flight across the Mediterranean Sea), engineer (inventor of the first forward-firing aircraft machine gun), and World War I hero (the first pilot to shoot down five enemy aircraft, and to be called an "ace" for doing so), who was killed in aerial combat in 1918.
Français : Le stade Roland-Garros est un stade de tennis en terre battue construit en 1927 et situé à l’ouest de Paris au niveau de la porte Molitor, en lisière du bois de Boulogne. Il accueille tous les ans les Internationaux de France de tennis.

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