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Until I started researching what I wished to see on my second visit to Paris I did not realise that there was a Statue Of Liberty in Paris.
Situated in the L'ile aux Cygnes and accessible from either the Pont De Hir Hakeim or Pont...More
Couldn’t believe that there was a Statue of Liberty in Paris! Followed the map a kind lady had given us from the train, and we were able to find the statue! So glad we did, we could walk to it with the river Siene around...More
It was here first and the US got a copy, OK much bigger but. If you are passing then it’s worth stopping off but not worth spending a hour or so to find it. Perched in the middle of the river on an island. Best...More
If you have been to the one in NYC this might disappoint you. Clearly this one not that hyped and not many tourist go to see the statue. I guess its all about the movies, they only show one in USA.
Anyways there is a...More
The French had their statue of liberty after the French revolution. This was the symbol of peace power and freedom of all people. The French helped the American revolution against the British. From the end of the war here was two nations who had overthrown...More
It is an interesting monument in a nice location, on an island in the middle of Seine river. It's a short walk from Pont de Grenelle or a longer one from Pont de Bir-Hakeim, through the île aux Cygnes. If you don't want to walk,...More
A little smaller than I expected but what a lovely walk to find NYC little sister down a tree lined avenue in the middle of the Seine. I believe the promenade is man made and offer you a chance to take some time out from...More
Having see the big girl in New York city a few years back I went to see the one here in Paris....and it's so tiny...but still impressive.
It's location does not make it as really accessible bit from the road side and path you can...More
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Follow Google map. You will walk through allée des Cignes. And then reach a point where you can see the statue. You will be on the river side very close to the statue. Follow Google map it was very accurate.