Oscar Wilde's restored tomb is unveiled in Paris
30 November 2011 Last updated at 22:05 GMT
Oscar Wilde's restored tomb has been unveiled in Paris, complete with a glass barrier to make it "kiss-proof".
Work was carried out on the gravestone because it was covered in lipstick marks left by tourists, which were gradually destroying it.
The tomb was designed by Modernist sculptor Jacob Epstein and survived almost unscathed until 1985.
Christian Fraser reports.