Joan of Arc, also known as Jeanne d’Arc, is a heroine of France and a Catholic Saint for her actions during the Hundred Years War. This gilded equestrian statue stands in Paris in her memory and honour, holding a flag high as she entered battle. With this being located outside at Place des Pyramides you can keep safe and social distance while admiring this incredible piece of art.
Even at the centre of a busy city like Paris you can find incredible gilded water fountains to admire, with these found at Place de la Concorde – see more of that here
The Renommee de l’Industrie stands 17 metres above the ground as part of the Pont Alexandre III, catching the light with its impressive details.
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The large France de Charlemagne statue that sits against a pillar of the Alexandre III Bridge.
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This gilded equestrian statue of the Saint Jeanne d’Arc created by Emmanuel Fremiet within Place des Pyramides.
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Here you can see four gilded statues at one side of the Palais de Chaillot, providing a great view towards the famous Eiffel Tower.
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Here you can see the wrought iron gates with gilded parts which lead to the Tuilleries Gardens, as well as one of the statues of a horse which sits beside the entrance, as seen from the Place de la Concorde in Paris.
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