The graffiti translates to read "under the cobblestones the beach." Forty years ago, millions of French workers joined protesting students in a general strike that paralyzed the country and nearly brought down the government. A few weeks later, the May 1968 protests fizzled out, but French society was radically changed. The students dug up the cobblestones from the streets to throw at police. The layer of sand below them led to the phrase.
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