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List of equestrian statues in France

This is a list of equestrian statues in France.

See also: List of equestrian statues by country

Contents

Paris

  • Jeanne d'Arc in the Rue de Rivoli by Emmanuel Frémiet.
  • Jeanne d'Arc in front of the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur by Hippolyte Lefèbvre, 1927.
  • King Louis IX in front of the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur by Hippolyte Lefèbvre, 1927.
  • Ferdinand Foch near the Trocadéro.
  • Joseph Joffre in front of École Militaire.
  • Charlemagne (Charlemagne et ses Leudes) by Charles and Louis Rochet in front of the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, 1882.
  • Albert I of Belgium near the Place de la Concorde.
  • King Henri IV by François-Frédéric Lemot on the Pont Neuf.
  • Etienne Marcel by Antonin Idrac near the Hôtel de Ville.
  • Marble equestrian statue of King Louis XIII at Place des Vosges. Begun in 1816 by Louis Dupaty, completed in 1821 by Jean-Pierre Cortot.
  • General Lafayette at Cours la Reine by Paul Wayland Bartlett.
  • King Louis XIV in front of Louvre Pyramid.
  • King Louis XIV by François Joseph Bosio at the Place des Victoires, 1822.
  • José de San Martín in the Parc Montsouris.
  • Napoléon Bonaparte at Champs-Élysées.
  • George Washington

Ballon d'Alsace

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc.

Caen

  • Equestrian statue of Bertrand du Guesclin by Arthur Le Duc, 1922.
  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc. This statue was erected in Algiers in 1931, and was inaugurated in Caen in 1964.

Chantilly

  • Equestrian statue of Constable Anne de Montmorency by Paul Dubois, 1886.

Cherbourg-Octeville

  • Equestrian statue of Napoléon Bonaparte unveiled by Napoleon III in 1858. Napoleon I strengthened the town's defences to prevent British naval incursions.

Chinon

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc.

Clermont-Ferrand

  • Equestrian statue of Vercingetorix by Bartholdi at Place de Jaude.

Dinan

  • Equestrian statue of Bertrand du Guesclin by Emmanuel Frémiet.

Fougères

  • Equestrian statue of General Lariboisiere by Georges Récipon.

Grenoble

  • Equestrian statue of Philis de La Charce in the Dauphins garden.

Laffrey

  • Equestrian statue of Napoléon Bonaparte located in Laffrey (a village south of Grenoble, Isère, Rhône-Alpes) in a place named Prairie de la Rencontre (Meeting meadow), 1815, return from Elba to Paris.

Lille

  • Equestrian statue of General Faidherbe at Richebé à Lille by Antonin Mercié, 1896.
  • Equestrian statue of Marshal Foch by Edgar Boutry.

Loir-et-Cher

  • Equestrian statue of Louis XII above the portal of the Château de Blois, 1502.

Lyon

  • Equestrian statue of Louis XIV at the Place Bellecour by François-Frédéric Lemot.

Montpellier

  • Equestrian statue of Louis XIV in the centre of Peyrou park.

Nancy

  • Equestrian statue of Duke Antony of Lorraine at the main gate of the Palais ducal de Nancy.
  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc by Emmanuel Frémiet at Place Jeanne D'Arc, 1889.

Orléans

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc at the place du Martroi by Denis Foyatier.

Plaine

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc at the Military cemetery.

Reims

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc at Place du Parvis.

Saint-Étienne

  • Statue de Jeanne d'Arc by Paul Petit, 1916.

Toulouse

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc.

Vannes

Equestrian statue of Duke Arthur III by Arthur Jacques Le Duc, 1903.

Vaucouleurs

  • Equestrian statue of Jeanne d'Arc. This statue was erected in Algiers in 1951, was vandalized in 1962, and was inaugurated in Vaucouleurs in 1966.

Versailles

  • Equestrian statue of King Louis XIV in front of Palace of Versailles.



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