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Jablochkoff Candles in Paris

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Arc Lighting
Arc Lighting
In June 1878, as part of the Exposition Universelle in Paris, arc lighting using Jablochkoff candles illuminated the Avenue de l'Opera and the Place de l'Opera, marking a milestone in public awareness and excitement about the technology. Paul Jablochkoff had designed longer-lasting electrodes.