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Pont de Grenelle, Paris
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The pont de Grenelle is a bridge in Paris, France that crosses the Seine river. It connects the city's 15th and 16th arrondissements, and passes through the Île aux Cygnes. Constructed of steel, it is a girder bridge. The current bridge was constructed in 1966, replacing an earlier bridge that had stood since 1873. The bridge passes behind a replica of the Statue of Liberty.
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  • This is just a scale downed version of Statue of Liberty. However, a good place to take a snap or two of the statue with Eiffel Tower in the background. We were on the boat cruise on our way to Eiffel...  more »
  • This bridge is in the commercial of TAM. She is very pretty. All-metal, you can walk under it.
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  • For tourists, the bridge is noteworthy primarily because is in the immediate vicinity of Paris statue of liberty. And of course, nobody with magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower
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  • I do sports there, mainly calisthenics under the bridge. It's not an amazing place to visit, though the French version of statue of liberty is there. Beaugrenelle mall is also close to there and have many facilities.
  • Great views from the bridge. The small scale replica of the statue of liberty was interesting.
  • Visit here to see the real statue of liberty... Down belowbyou will get a long stretch to walk, jog and exercise...amazing place
  • I've never been in NEW YORK but always have wanted to see the Statue of Liberty. After watching the movie "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" with Nicolas Cage I found out that the statue is closer than I've expected: In Paris are 4 of them in different sizes. One of those is located (which is appearing in the movie) on the "Île aux Cygnes" (near of the Eiffel-Tower). It's a small tip and beyond of all those Tourist locations. It's a short walk from the Eiffel-Tower and you can resting a Little bit on the "Ïle" on one of those benches. The other 2 statues you can find: - Musée des Arts et Metiers - Jardin du Luxembourg. plus one near the Eiffeltower.
  • Love this place. It's not like one of those crowded tourists' spots.