In July, at the last meeting before the summer holidays, the city council of Paris has voted to create the Promenade Yehudi Menuhin next to the UNESCO building. That makes sense, since from 1969 to 1975, Menuhin was president of the International Music Council, a non-governmental organization funded by UNESCO. He contributed to the establishment of the International Music Day, celebrated each year in many countries, and launched the International Music Council Prize. Promenade Yehudi Menuhin is situated as a side-street of the Lowendal, Avenue, between the Place de Fontenoy-Unesco and Avenue de Suffren in Paris, 7th arondissement.

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