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.
Just some of many cannons on display in the courtyard of Les Invalides, each with their own story to tell and viewable for free.
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A Monument to Ludovic Trarieux, the founder of League of Human Rights – with an interesting history during its life.
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Lines of cannons surround the courtyard at Hotel des Invalides, adding to the historical value of the location.
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This is a historical cannon used by the French military, now on display for people to admire at Hotel des Invalides, Paris.
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Placed at the perimeter of Hotel des Invalides are these historical cannons used by the French Military in the past.
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A plaque commemorating military personnel who died for France, found at Les Invalides.
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One of the multiple cannons lined up on display outside of Hotel Les Invalides, Paris.
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The names of many French scholars that are inscribed on La Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve, with an additional French flag in view.
Multiple houseboats moored up along the River Seine, leading towards the oldest bridge in Paris, the Pont Neuf.
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