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Tour de France Passed Through Perl During Stage 2

Our friends over at use.perl.org reported that The Tour de France passed through Perl, Germany during Stage 2. Apparently, Perl is a village in Saarland near the border with Luxembourg and France. Merijn Boeren, a fellow Perl developer, visited Perl a couple of years ago, and got several good pictures of the signs at the outskirts of the village.

Those of you who read CTDATA regularly know that some of us have a big interest in Perl and cycling. This story is just too much of a coincidence to let pass.

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