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Statue of Liberty, Paris

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 360 reviews on the web
France gave the United States the famous Statue of Liberty in 1886. It's a symbol of the friendship between the two nations that developed during the American Revolution. Its sculptor, Auguste Bartholdi, made smaller, exact replicas of the statue. The oldest one, used as a model for the American monument, sits in Jardin du Luxembourg. The artist offered it to the Luxembourg museum in 1900, and the museum placed it in the park in 1906. Come here to study the statue without the aid of a helicopter or binoculars. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Statue of Liberty and many more Paris attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Paris travel itinerary planner.
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  • So funny. We were walking about when we spotted the little Lady Liberty Statue. It's a nice bridge to stroll about if you happen to be in the area but I wouldn't go seek it out 
  • located on the header of "Ile des Cygnes" (away from the Eiffel Tower) is this small version of the statue of liberty to find ... fun for photo stop but also not more
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  • Definitely worth the walk along the river and a beautiful view down river of paris, especially the Eiffel Tower 
  • Very small compared to the one in New York but still nice to see. Maybe a 15 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. It is nice walking along the water and if you look back you get a nice shot of the Eiffel Tower.
  • It's a thril to see this statue up close. It is the precursor to the much larger one that the French gifted the United States which graces the NY Harbor. You can walk right up to this one when you follow the footpath on this little island.
  • Bom para fotos
  • Cool mini statute of liberty at the end of a park in the middle of the Seine. Very cool to see.
  • Smaler copy of the more famous one in NYC. Still funny to see it in Paris, even knowing, that the bigger one was a gift by the french.
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