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Le Figaro (French pronunciation: ​[lə fiɡaʁo]) is a French daily newspaper foondit in 1826 an published in Paris.[3] It is eften compared tae its main competitor, Le Monde.[4] Its eeditorial line is center-richt.

Le Figaro
Le Figaro logo.png
Format Berliner
Awner(s) Dassault Group
Editor Alexis Brézet
Foondit 15 Januar 1826
Poleetical alignment Gaullism[1]
Liberal conservatism[1]
Leid French
Heidquarters Paris
Kintra Fraunce
Circulation 313,010[2]
ISSN 0182-5852


  1. 1.0 1.1 Raymond Kuh, The Media in France
  2. "Le Figaro media kit 2015 v3" (PDF). September 2015. Retrieved 5 February 2016. 
  3. Le Figaro (French Newspaper), Encyclopædia Britannica
  4. "Le Monde, whose print edition comes out around lunchtime, was launched at the end of Nazi occupation of France in 1944 and took on the role of France's newspaper of record alongside the more conservative Le Figaro." - France's Le Monde newspaper editor quits after power struggle with staff, Reuters, May the 14th, 2014