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I recently had the opportunity to vacation in Paris with my children and grandchildren and we did a guided walking tour of Montmartre where we saw this statue with the funny story. Mounted on a stone wall and looking as if the man was caught...More
Set in the very quiet residential area, the statue is unassuming and would be very easy to miss.
Off the beaten track a little, (walk down Rue Norvins from Place du Tertre or walk to the opposite corner from the Dalida bust), it's another thing...More
This fellow really captures the imagination of anyone walking up towards Place Du Tertre on Rue Norvins..He literally sticks out of the wall at you. So its the scene of lots of selfies and stories and groups..Made by the artist Jean Moiras based on a...More
You can suddenly see this sculpture from the road. It is interesting legend. Tour guide told that you can take his hand and make a wish. here is not many people around, and you can do good pictures without interruption.
Le Passe-Muraille (The passer-through-walls) is a French short story published by Marcel Aymé in 1943. It ends with the lead character getting stuck in a wall. This mural is a representation of that.
The sculpture is based on the character and was made by Jean...More