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The '''Congress of Paris''' was a diplomatic meeting held in [[Paris]], France, in 1856,<ref name=Britannica>"Paris, Treaty of(1856)". The New EncyclopaediaEncyclopædia Britannica. EncyclopaediaEncyclopædia Britannica Inc. Volume 9. 15th ed. pp. 153-154. 2007.</ref> between representatives of the great powers in Europe to make peace after the almost three-year-long [[Crimean War]].
 
== Before the Congress ==
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