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This statue of Saint Michel portrays him as slaying the devil and can be found in the Fountaine Saint Michel in Paris, surrounded by amazing architecture and the fountain.
Along the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge you can find the statue known as La France Renaissante, or in English; France Reborn, which was created in 1930 and provides an incredible bronze statue to look at along the bridge.
These golden statues can be found between the two wings of the Palais de Chaillot and make for a great view with the famous Eiffel Tower in the background at the beginning of dusk. You may also like www.eutouring.com/images_palais_de_chaillot.html
This bronze statue of Apollon Musagete can be found at Palais Chaillot on its right side, showing the detail which can gone into it along with the many windows which can be seen on the building.
On one side of the Hotel de Ville you can see a statue of a French novelist known as Pierre de Marivaux who died in 1763, the facade of the building also having a date and name plaque around the statue.
The Hotel de Ville has many statues along its facade as well as this equestrian statue of Etienne Marcel outside of the building, creating a great view of some amazing architecture and sculptures.
These large and ornate golden statues can even be seen from a distance, with four statues, one at each corner of the bridge, this particular one being called Pegasus Held By Fame.
In this photo you can see a statue that can be found in one of the many open areas of the Tuileries Gardens, showing just how much detail is gone into a single sculpture for anyone to appreciate.
In this photo you can see a photo of multiple statues which are found at the Monument des Droits de l'Homme which is inspired from Egyptian Temples.
Here you can see one side of the Monument des Droits de l'Homme, showing some steps up as well as a statue either side of the structure in Paris.
Normally missed as you walk by here you can see some of the finer details of the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, showing a couple statues on one side as well as incredible architecture around them.
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.
Here you can see a quadriga statue at the top of the roof of the Grand Palais, showing the many details which are normally unseen from the ground while passing by.
This collection of statues is dedicated to Marie Emile Fayolle which can be found at the top of the various statues, with the writing at the base of it reading "Marie Emile Fayolle, Marechal de France 1852 - 1928"
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.
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.
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 a sculpture of Ironsmith riveters on a support for the Pont de Bir-Hakeim bridge in Paris, created by the sculptor Gustave Michel.
From the other bank you can see one of the Vedettes du Pont Neuf boats at its dock along the River Seine, and above it you can see the equestrian statue of King Henri IV on the Ile de la Cite island.
On the Ile de la Cite island you can find a statue of King Henri IV which is found on the Pont Neuf bridge, the oldest bridge in Paris.
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.
Place de la Concorde is the largest square in Paris and is also an octagon shape which at each of its points you can find a statue to represent a major city within France, this statue being of Bordeaux.
In this lined up shot you can see the Luxor Obelisk, the oldest monument in Paris, along with the back of a statue in the foreground, both found within Place de la Concorde.