Travel Photography Photos tagged as statues
The wooden statue of Aztec Diety Huitzilopochtli "The Humming Bird" which we bought in Chichen-Itza. What a work of art.
Gregory of Nin (Croatian: Grgur Ninski)
Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City
This statue known as Guerrier Gaulois, or Gallic Warrior in English, can be found on the Pont d'Iena bridge and was created by the sculptor Auguste Preault back in 1849.
In this photo you can see a statue of King Albert I of Belgium who reigned during WWI and can be found upon a large base with inscriptions and near to Place de la Concorde square. See more www.eutouring.com/images_paris_statues.html
This statue is known as Nymphe was created by Louis Auguste Leveque in 1866 and can be found within the Tuilleries Gardens near to the Louvre Museum which can partly be seen in this photo.
This shot taken of the France Reborn statue that sits on the Pont de Bir-Hakeim sits on a backdrop of incredible architecture and buildings that are found on the other side of the bridge.
In this photo you can see the statue at the middle of the Pont de Bir-Hakeim known as the France Reborn, providing a perfect view of the Eiffel Tower. More information and details at www.eutouring.com/images_pont_de_bir-hakeim.html
In this shot you can see a photo taken within Square Barye with a large monument that is dedicated to the sculptor Antoine Louis Barye, with two groups of statues being visible from this angle. To see more go to www.eutouring.com/images_square_barye.html
In Paris there are many bronze equestrian statues that you can find and this statue of Simon Bolivar is no different, having been created by the sculpture Emmanuel Fremiet just before 1910 and has been in its current place since 1980.
This statue which represents Charlemagne, who is also known as Charles the Great, can be found in front of the Notre Dame in Paris, and has a lot of excellent detail as well as boasting its size compare to the numerous tourists which are around it. To see more go to www.eutouring.com/images_paris_statues.html