F-GFKA (c/n 5) is the second oldest A320 still in service with Air France, here on route AF 2241 AMS - CDG (The optical quality of Airbus windows is significantly better than the one of Boeing, don't you think?) (more of F-GFKA)
1952-1977 (on both sides of the nose) is certainly not an actual registration, but service years of MiG-15 in Hungary. Gate guardian on Dunaújváros airfield, in a little bit derelict condition: birds nest in it. (more of 1952-1977)
In September 1911, Mr. Henry Breguet made with this aircraft a pioneer non-stop flight from Casablanca to Fčs (Morocco). Preserved in Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris (a former church). The circle on the ground is a part of Foucault's pendulum - an easy-to-see proof of the Earth rotation.