HD photos of Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac statue in Jardin des Plantes Paris - Page 152
We took these high definition photos of a statue or bust style sculpture that is located on the Natural History Museum in Paris, and you can find this on the North East facade that faces into the Jardin des Plantes on the second level below one of the windows to the right hand side of the building.
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In this next close up photograph of the bust you can see the name Gay-Lussac and two dates below that show the birth date of 1778 and the date of death of 1850, and this bust depicts Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac who was a renowned French chemist and physicist, mainly known for his two laws related to gases, plus he was the co-founder of the element boron and he recognised iodine as a new element.
If you would like to visit the Gay-Lussac bust statue it is located on the Museum National de l'Histoire Naturelle, which is located in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris inside the Jardin des Plantes at the western end of the garden close to the Rue Geoffrey Saint-Hilaire, which is the opposite side of the River Seine, and the nearest Metro station to here is the Place Monge stop serving line 7.
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