Place Francois Rude

Place Francois Rude

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FRA near Dijon

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nwolpert published on 11/16/2021 7:10 p.m.:

Place Francois Rude is a centrally located square in Dijon and one of the most touristic places in the city. It was created at the beginning of the 20th century by the demolition of several houses. It is named after the famous sculptor (1784-1855) who designed, among other things, the reliefs on the Triumphal Arch in Paris.
In the middle is the statue of a winemaker mashing grapes. There is also a carousel on which buildings of Gustave Eiffel, who was also born in Dijon, are depicted. Some of the surrounding houses date from the Middle Ages.
At the time of the older photo, the beautiful half-timbered facade was apparently still covered with advertisements and was returned to its original condition later.

oliver42 wrote on 11/17/2021 10:37 a.m. :

Motiv und Ausführung mal wieder perfekt !!!

Motif and execution perfect again!

nwolpert wrote on 11/17/2021 5:16 p.m. :

Danke :)

Thanks :)

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