Secrets of Paris – The cult of the statue




In bronze or marble, the statues of famous people who occupied the Place des Victoires tell the story of royalty, the Revolution and the Republic.

  High of 3.30 m, Louis XIV is represented as Roman emperor, on a pedestal of 7 meters, Place des Victoires.
High of 3.30 m, Louis XIV is represented as Roman emperor, on a pedestal of 7 meters, Place des Victoires.
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