Category:Monument Charles Garnier (Paris)

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English: After French architect Charles Garnier's death in August 1898, a public monument, designed by Jean-Louis Pascal, was erected on the west side of the Palais Garnier in front of the Rotonde de l'Empereur. Garnier's family participated in the design and selected a copy of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux's bust to crown the monument. The pedestal, carved from red Aberdeen granite, displays a plaque with the floor-plan of the Opéra and is framed by two consoles which support allegorical statues of Glory and Design by Gabriel-Jules Thomas. The monument was completed in 1902.
Object location 48° 52′ 18.69″ N, 2° 19′ 51.57″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth - Proximityrama info Edit coordinates on Wikidata (discrepancy of 0 meters between the above coordinates and the ones stored on Wikidata)

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