The Petit Palais is another museum open with safety precautions, here you can find and admire the current temporary exhibitions of the Golden age of Danish painting and Masterpieces from the Prat collection. See more here
Answer to our Sunday Teaser, which unfortunately no one tried to guess – One end of Petit Palais, showing the large details and architecture of the building in comparison to the person walking beside.
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Panoramic showing the full front of the Petit Palais – Be sure to zoom in to see the details!
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The answer to yesterdays Sunday Teaser – The Petit Palais, with its elegant details, large iron gilded gate and architecture to admire.
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Looking down the River Seine it shows the Petit Pont passing over the small gap in a single span, providing a route for tourists and traffic alike.
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This statue of Winston church was created by Jean Cardot in bronze and can be found in the gardens of the Petit Palais raised up on a small platform.
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This fountain found besides the Petit Palais amongst some gardens shows just how calming they can be, this one being found besides the Avenue Winston Churchill.
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In this photo you can see the golden metal gate which gives access to the Petit Palais, the gates being intricate as well as the nearby incredible architecture and stone work around.
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Here in this photo you can see a large statue that is to the side of the Petit Palais’ gilded and intricate gate, having been designed for the 1900 World Fair by Charles Girault.
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In this photo you can see the corner of the Petit Palais, showing the amazing architecture with its designs, columns, balcony, as well as the garden which holds lovely trees and greenery.
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