Beauty Bakeries in France are coming to an end after opening the first shop in Paris.

The Parisian bakers shop is closing for good on February 22, and it will be replaced by a shop in the French capital’s second-largest city, Nice, The Associated Press reported.

The Parisian beauty bakery, known as La Belle Éminence, is one of the few remaining bakers in France, the AP reported.

The shop was established in 1892, but closed down in 2003, according to the AP.

The bakery had a long history of serving traditional French food, but it closed its doors in 2007.

“We’re very sad to be closing our doors in Paris, but we’re also very happy to be here in Nice,” owner Marie-Claude Van Pelt told The Associated the AP said.

“I’ve lived here since 1998, so I know this is a great place to open a new shop.”

She said she had no idea the shop would open in Nice, and was unaware that it would be the first one in the country.

The AP also reported that the new shop will be owned by the same company that owns the previous Beauty Bakys shop in France.

The Associated reported that it was not clear why the two businesses were merging.

The Beauty Bakies first shop opened in Paris in 1891 and opened in Nice in 1904.

The bakers are now based in Lyon, France.

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