It was said that the wings fell on the street in the early hours of the morning, and the cause of the collapse is not yet clear. 

While the police announced that there were no injuries, it was seen that the first three letters on the "Moulin Rouge" sign fell.

The club has been a fixture of Parisian nightlife since its opening in 1889. 

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It was said that the cabaret's technical teams check the windmill mechanism every week and no problems were detected. 

Cabaret director Jean-Victor Clerico said they had observed no signs of an attack, adding that the cause was "clearly a technical problem". 

The cabaret, with its distinctive red windmill wings, is located in the Pigalle district north of Paris and is known as one of the city's most visited landmarks. 

"Paris without the windmill is like Paris without the Eiffel Tower," André Duval, a local resident and head waiter at the Moulin Rouge in the 1980s, told Le Parisien newspaper.