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Sisters Killed in Paris Attacks Mourned at Funeral

Image: Pallbearers release doves at the funeral of two sisters
Pallbearers release doves at the funeral of two sisters, Marion and Anna Petard, in Blois, central France, Monday, Nov. 23, 2015. The two sisters were killed while having dinner in a sidewalk cafe, in the attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, the deadliest since WWII. Patrice Mollet / AP

Pallbearers released doves at the funeral of two sisters, Marion and Anna Lieffrig-Petard, in Blois, central France on Monday. The two sisters were killed while having dinner in a sidewalk cafe, in the attacks in Paris on November 13, the deadliest since WWII.

Marion Lieffrig-Petard, 30, loved to study music, explore other cultures and spend time with her 24-year-old sister Anna. She was a student at Paris-Sorbonne University studying for a master's degree in music. But her wanderlust had taken her to studies in Barcelona, Spain. She hoped to do the second year of her degree in Palermo, Italy, according to a Paris-Sorbonne news release.

Image: An attendant speaks to Sylvie Lieffrig-Petard and her husband Erick Lieffrig-Petard
An attendant speaks to Sylvie Lieffrig-Petard and her husband Erick Lieffrig-Petard, parents of victims of the Paris terror attack, outside the Saint Louis Cathedral in Blois, central France, on Nov. 23 before the start of the funeral ceremonies. GUILLAUME SOUVANT / AFP - Getty Images