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September 2018

Elephant of the Bastille
The Elephant of the Bastille was a monument in Paris which existed between 1813 and 1846. Originally conceived in 1808 by Napoleon, the colossal statue
Place de la Bastille
The Place de la Bastille is a square in Paris where the Bastille prison stood until the storming of the Bastille and its subsequent physical destruction
The Bastille (/bæˈstiːl/; French: [bastij]) was a fortress in Paris, known formally as the Bastille Saint-Antoine. It played an important role in the
Lucy the Elephant
"Margate Elephant, Atlantic Avenue & Decatur Street, Margate City, Atlantic County, NJ" Cultural depictions of elephants Elephant of the Bastille Charles
Novelty architecture
the planned but never completed Parisian Elephant of the Bastille, the style generally became popular in the United States, and spread to the rest of
Cultural depictions of elephants
19th-century, Napoleon conceived of an even larger elephant structure, the Elephant of the Bastille. Although the ambitious project was never completed
Charles Ribart
built 3 similar elephant-shaped buildings Elephant of the Bastille, a Napoleon-era proposal to build an elephant-shaped fountain in Place de la Bastille.
Pierre-Charles Bridan
participated in the project to design of the Elephant of the Bastille. Bridan completed the plaster full-scale model of the elephant in 1814. Museum of painting
July Column
was realised during the Empire as part of the Elephant of the Bastille, a fountain with an elephant in its centre. The elephant was completed to designs
Jean-Antoine Alavoine
orders, under the direction of Ambroise Tardieu, a colossal elephant fountain, the Elephant of the Bastille. This monument was intended for the same Place