Amazing statues at the Versailles Palace

Visiting the Versailles Palace, near Paris, was a wonderful experience. There are many beautiful details to observe at this imperial residence. The statues that can be seen on the facade of the palace are such a „detail”. Impressive, massive and in a good shape!

Here is the façade – part of it (click on each photo for a larger size):

Versailles Palace - facade
Versailles Palace – facade

and here is a statue we liked!

Versailles Palace - statue
Versailles Palace – statue

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