Have a close look at this mini Eiffel Tower. It looks like the real one, doesn't it? Well... providing it's location (on the river banks in front of the Palais de Justice) you guessed it's a replica ;-) But the most interesting part in the replica is that it's entirely made of... bistro chairs! The ones made by French Manufacturer Fermob who's celebrating its 125th anniversary.
From the rooftop of Les Galeries Lafayette. The statue on the right shows Pegasus, but if you were to see it from the other side (facing the Opera Garnier) you would also see Pheme (Renommée in French), a greek divinity symbolizing fame. Its one of the two sculptures that you can see on both sides of the Garnier opera house. It was made by Eugène-Louis Lequesne
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