Monday, February 6, 2017

Façade de 34, rue Pasquier







Not all of the elephants
seen in Paris are on carrousels


There was a rather famous one known as
the Elephant of the Bastille, a monument which existed
between 1813 and 1846 and was memorialized by
Victor Hugo in his novel, Les Misérables.



34, rue Pasquier
75008, Paris


3 comments:

biebkriebels said...

What a nice monument at a special place, as if he is coming out of the building.

francetaste said...

Babar?
I wonder what motivated the architect or owner to put an elephant there.

William Kendall said...

It certainly seems like he's emerging from the building.