HD photos of King Albert I statue in Paris France - Page 121



When France was on the verge of war with Germany, King Albert I of Belgium refused entry to the Germans within his country, and these HD photos show the equestrian statue in Paris that was put in place as a monument dedicated to the king and his efforts during World War I.

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King Albert I statue in Paris
You will also find on the King Albert I statue two bas reliefs that portrays Belgium cities, with one side showing the date of 1914 and the other, which is the side that you can see in this next HD photo, showing the date of 1918 in Roman numerals.
Bas relief on King Albert I statue
This next photo of the bronze equestrian statue depicts King Albert I of Belgium on his horse, which was sculpted by Armand Martial in the 1930s, and you will find this located close to the Place de la Concorde square, situated in a beautiful location near to the River Seine and the prestigious Avenue des Champ Elysees, in an area known as the Cours la Reine where you will also find other statues as well.
Equestrian statue of King Albert I
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