Son-et-lumiere



[saw ney ly-myer] /sɔ neɪ lüˈmyɛr/
noun, French.
1.
sound-and-light show.
son et lumière
/ˈsɒn eɪ ˈluːmɪˌɛə; French sɔ̃n e lymjɛr/
noun
1.
an entertainment staged at night at a famous building, historical site, etc, whereby the history of the location is presented by means of lighting effects, sound effects, and narration

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