Stone historic scene at the Arc de Triomphe

2 Sep

Here you can see a close up of one of the stone sculpted scenes which sit high up on the Arc de Triomphe, this one portraying the death of general Marceau in September 1796.

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Stone historic scene at the Arc de Triomphe

Arch and beneath the structure

2 Sep

In this photo you can see some of the detailed designs which go around both the outside of the Arc de Triomphe as well as the underneath which features an ornate pattern to admire from below.

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Arch and beneath the structure

Resting with modern art

1 Sep

Part of the Open Air Museum you can find many sculptures and pieces to admire – And in the words of Martyn from the EUtouring Team “Modern art CAN be useful!”

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 Resting with modern art

Canal de l’Ourcq and boat

1 Sep

Taken while looking down the Canal de l’Ourcq you can see the many bridges which cross the over the clear water and also a boat at the side which is in fact the Penichecinema – a floating restaurant and cinema.

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Canal de l'Ourcq and boat

Square Barye

29 Aug

With a calm and quiet square, Square Barye proves to be a nice place to stop at and relax, with benches and the shade of trees to enjoy as well as views of the River Seine also.

More photos to be seen at http://www.eutouring.com/images_paris.html

Square Barye

Monument within Square Barye

29 Aug

In this shot you can see a photo taken within Square Barye with a large monument that is dedicated to the sculptor Antoine Louis Barye, with two groups of statues being visible from this angle.

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Monument within Square Barye

The side of the Conciergerie

28 Aug

Taken facing down the building of La Conciergerie you can see just some of the architecture that is part of it, along with the daily life of people, vehicles and boats passing by.

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The side of the Conciergerie

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