A hidden gem within Paris – Jardin Yitzhak Rabin, from picturesque lakes, peaceful canal features and nature to admire, you could forget you are close to the centre of such a city. See more of this beautiful location here
Looking from one end of Champ de Mars gardens, starting with the Wall for Peace to the Eiffel Tower.
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The closer details of Le Paix de 1815, representing Peace after the treaty of Paris in 1815.
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The Ecole Militaire as seen from down Champ de Mars, the Wall for Peace also standing in front of the academy.
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A view through pillars of the Wall for Peace to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
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Multiple pillars which are part of the Wall for Peace, with the word “peace” written in many different languages.
Unfortunately no one took a guess before but better luck for next week!
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The answer to our Sunday Teaser was a group of statues located above the entrance to the Grand Palais, named Peace that were created by Henri Edouard Lombard.
Congratulations again to nataliescarberry for getting the correct location!
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The unusual architecture of the Wall for Peace, with its steel and glass designs depicting the word “Peace”.
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A view of the Eiffel Tower framed between the steel columns which are part of the Wall for Peace.
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Looking towards the back of the Wall for Peace you can see the twelve glass panels of the monument with the word “Peace” written over them in many languages.
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