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Statue of Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), Paris, France. Oh yes, and that's the Hotel Regina behind her. Stayed there for 5 nights on my last visit. Stunning photo!

Another one with the draped braids like like to do. I'm really interesting on what's going on in with the loose hair too the side too. Maybe a really loose braid on curly hair, but the braid seems to start above the circlet. I need to get some more angles.

Jeanne d'Arc (disambiguation) and Joan of Arc ..... Modern statue of Joan of Arc in Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral interior, Paris.

gentlebranches: Bust of Joan of Arc - photo, 2007 by Saint Joan of Arc Superstar © on Flickr.

Juana de Arco, heoína francesa (1412-1431). Nacida en Domrémy, un pequeño poblado situado en el departamento de los Vosgos en la región de la Lorena, Francia, ya con 17 años encabezó el ejército real francés. Convenció al rey Carlos VII de que expulsara a los ingleses de Francia, y éste le dio autoridad sobre su ejército en el Sitio de Orleans, la batalla de Patay y otros enfrentamientos en 1429 y 1430.

My beautiful and brave Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc Joan of Arc, nicknamed "The Maid of Orléans" (French: Jeanne d'Arc, 1412– 30 May 1431), is a national heroine of France and a Roman Catholic saint. A peasant girl born in what is now eastern France, who claimed divine guidance, she led the French army to several important victories during the Hundred Years' War.

Joan of Arc - From 'The France of Joan of Arc' by Andrew C.P. Haggard - John Lane Company, 1912 by Saint Joan of Arc Superstar™, via Flickr

Jeanne D'Arc Statue -- an early heroine of mine. I sat in an Indianapolis library and sobbed over her fate. The librarian had to come over and ask me to cry more quietly. Lol.