The answer to our Sunday Teaser was showing the southern end of the Notre Dame de Paris, with a lot of gothic architecture to admire on this cathedral.
Sadly no one took a guess this week but better luck for next time!
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Sculptures and details of Gare de Lyon’s clock tower, an impressive bit of stone work to admire before taking some transport.
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The top section of Ecole Militaire, with many details including that of the original clock that is still maintained from the 1700’s.
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While sometimes missed when walking by, many of the windows are surrounded by detailed statues and sculptures, such as these which are found on Aile de Flore of the Louvre museum.
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The answer to out Sunday Teaser was one of the four Golden statues of Pegasus and Fame found on the Pont Alexandre III, this one specifically known as Renommee des Arts.
Congratulations to nataliescarberry for gaining the correct answer!
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Taken from under the Arc de Triomphe, this is the pattern on the arch as you look directly up.
Congratulations to nataliescarberry for getting the answer correct and with incredible detail as well!
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The architectural stone work on the mayor’s office within the first arrondissement.
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