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Philippe may refer to: * Philippe of Belgium (born 1960), King of the Belgians (2013–present) * Philippe's or Philippe the Original, a restaurant in Los Angeles * Philippe (footballer) (born 2000), Brazilian footballer See also * Philip (name) Philip is a male given name, derived from the Greek language, Greek (''Philippos'', lit. "horse-loving" or "fond of horses"Liddell, Henry George & al.Φίλιππος), from a compound of (''phílos'', "dear", "loved", "loving") and (''hippos'' ..., a given name * Philip (other), including French kings named Philip in English but Philippe in French {{Disambig ...
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Philippe Of Belgium
french: Philippe Léopold Louis Mariegerman: Philipp Leopold Ludwig Maria , house = House of Belgium, Belgium , father = Albert II of Belgium , mother = Paola Ruffo di Calabria , birth_date = , birth_place = Belvédère Castle, Laeken, Brussels, Belgium , religion = Roman Catholicism Philippe or Filip (, , nl, Filip Leopold Lodewijk Maria, french: Philippe Léopold Louis Marie, german: Philipp Leopold Ludwig Maria; born 15 April 1960) is King of the Belgians. He is the eldest child of Albert II of Belgium, King Albert II and Queen Paola. He succeeded his father upon the latter's abdication for health reasons on 21 July 2013. He married Queen Mathilde of Belgium, ''Jonkvrouw'' Mathilde d'Udekem d'Acoz in 1999, with whom he has four children. Their eldest child, Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant, Princess Elisabeth, is first in the succession to the Belgian throne, line of succession. Early life Philippe was born on 15 April 1960 during the reign of his un ...
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Philippe's
Philippe's, or "Philippe the Original" ( , ) is a restaurant located in downtown Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles, California. The restaurant is well known for continuously operating since 1908, making it one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles. It is also renowned for claiming to be the inventor of the French dip sandwich. The restaurant has been located at 1001 North Alameda Street, on the edge of Chinatown, Los Angeles, Chinatown, in the Historical District of Los Angeles, two blocks north of Olvera Street, since 1951. History Philippe Mathieu emigrated from France to Buffalo, New York in 1901, moving to Los Angeles in 1903. He opened a Delicatessen, deli with his brother, Arbin, shortly after arriving. In 1908 he opened his first Philippe restaurant at 300 N. Alameda Street, where he served roast beef, roast pork, roast lamb, liver pâté and blood sausage. Mathieu's restaurants were in L.A.'s traditional Frenchtown neighborhood, which was razed to build Los Angel ...
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