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With many of the glass buildings in Paris and other major cities there is always a need to keep them clean, as can be seen in this photo with a photo of workers in a gondola, who obviously are not scared of heights!
A golden statue which is part of the Pont Alexandre III bridge can be seen in the foreground of the photo, with another statue which can be found on the roof and great architecture of the Grand Palais in Paris.
In this photo you can see a elegant stone statue between the columns, or pillars, found at the front of the Grand Palais, showing not only the details of the statue but also the ornate street lamp in the foreground.
Here you can see the front facade of the Grand Palais, showing just how large the building is compare to the tourists visiting it, as well as the great architecture that has gone into the structure.
There are numerous cafes found in Paris, and the Place Dauphine square is no exception, this photo showing just one of the many cafes found near here which make it an ideal yet quiet place to stop at for a break.
Place Dauphine square has an unusual shape to it, where it is in fact more of a triangular shape, this photo showing so with numerous chestnut trees planted around it.
In this photo you can see the silhouettes of a couple trees as well as a person sitting on a bench found within Place Dauphine, with the Palais de Justice in the background.
Here you can see the front of the Ecole Militaire, holding the French flag proudly at the top as well as allowing you to see the great architecture.
In front of the Ecole Militaire a statue of the Marshal Joseph Joffre can be found, who is well known for his efforts during World War One and his popularity.
In this photo you can see the Champ de Mars park going up to the Ecole Militaire, showing the many people relaxing down on the grass and in front of the building.
The Fountaine Saint Michel has many different details, including these two statues which are found on the left of the fountain higher up abode some columns.
In this photo you can see two of the four smaller statues which are found higher up on the Fountaine Saint Michel, showing not only the details of the statues but also the other amazing designs and architecture.
Here you can see the plaque which is found near the top of the Fountaine Saint Michel and in the middle, stating that the monument was inaugurated in 1860, as well as being made during the reign of Napoleon III for Paris.
A photo taken from the bank of the River Seine you can see the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris, showing the two tier bridge which has a Metro going over the top with a road and foot path beneath it, as well as many houseboats along the river's edge.
Another sculpture that can be found on the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris is the Boatmen which are seen in this photo, also created by Gustave Miche.
Here you can see a sculpture of Ironsmith riveters on a support for the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris, created by the sculptor Gustave Michel.
The Pont des Arts bridge, otherwise known as the Bridge of Love, or a Love lock bridge leads directly to the Institut de France, which can be seen here with its great architecture and large building to make a great place to visit.
The entrance of the Institut de France is both large and impressive, this photo showing the six columns, design work as well as an ornate clock above the entrance, showing just how much detail has gone into the structure.
In this photo you can see a photo of the Institut de France taken from the side, showing just how large the building is with its great architecture, through to the impressive dome roof which lies at the middle of the building.
In this photo you can see the start of the Pont de l'Archeveche bridge, with part of the Notre Dame cathedral to be seen in the background, as the lock-covered railing along the bridge.
Here on the Pont de l'Archeveche bridge in Paris you can see some of the numerous love locks which crowd the bridge.
Here you can see the bridge known as Pont de l'Archeveche which is a narrow bridge across the River seine, but is also a popular place to attach love locks to the railings.
In this photo you can see the equestrian statue of King Henri IV, allowing you to get a feel of just how large the statue is in comparison to the fence which surrounds it seen at the bottom of the photo.
This is one of the four large statues which can be found on the outside of the Arc de Triomphe, this one being known as La Resistance de 1814, which depicts a soldier protecting his family, and was sculpted by Antoine Etex.
Taken a little bit away from the Arc de Triomphe you can see many people who had just left from the underground tunnel via the steps that can be seen in the photo, which let you reach the centre island where the Arc de Triomphe is.