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Enchanted Learning® Photoblog      Posted July 19, 2013   2:12 am

Beaux-Arts Architecture in Paris
Beaux-Arts Architecture in Paris

This neo-classical building in Paris, in the style of the École des Beaux-Arts, was constructed in 1864. The architect was Adrien-Rose Sibert; sculptural decoration was by Rouillère. This must have been one of Sibert's last buildings, since he died that same year.

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Date taken: June 24, 2013
Place taken: 51 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris, France
Mitchell Spector
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