Statue in Louvre Palace Gardens. Paris, France.
Takashi Murakami, installation views of MURAKAMI VERSAILLES at Château de Versailles, Versailles, France, 2010
Champ de Mars, view from the Eiffel Tower // by Andrei Valentin
This photograph was taken in France in the 1950’s by architect John Sagar.
Rubbish collection point.
Le Corbusier, Marseille
View of Paris, Vincent van Gogh
You should definitely click on this to see it in great detail.
Also click on his name above to see a couple pictures of some detail and remind yoself that he was an Ancient Greek God with brushstrokes and applying paint in general.
French Architect Christian Pottgiesser has designed the headquarters of two French companies in 2005 – 2006.
This 5,800 square foot 19th century building is located in Paris, near the place Stalingrad and it hosts a breathtaking open space office.
Ukraine-France @ Euro2012 Dombass Arena Ukraine/Donetsk
Takashi Murakami’s exhibit of manga sculptures at Versailles, 2010:
“Reports came in to Japan of petitions which sought to shut us down. The media ran with the story, playing it up as a clash of cultures, of national pride. Bloggers around the world expressed their skepticism and disgust. None of this surprised me and in the end, I have come to view it as very part and parcel of the role which art and artists now play in society.”
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Asking price 20.500.000 €
Price includes: land (500 acres: 30% pasture, 70% forest), 6 houses, 5 stables, boutique, bar-restaurant with full licence, office block, furniture, paintings, tapestries, art, bedding, cutlery, etc.
(My soul is officially on the table. Whenever you feel like it, Devil.)
My only question is what do the other five houses look like? I found this picture which say something on the matter: