Monument Beaumarchais

  • Bastille, France
  • 25 Boulevard Bourdon, Paris, France 
  • Beaumarchais monument - a monument that adorns the Rue Saint-Antoine in Paris. It is dedicated to the great Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais yes Crown (1732-1799) - the inventor, musician, diplomat, writer and revolutionary. His name is known for the famous play "The Barber of Seville "And" The Marriage of Figaro. "

    Bronze model was introduced in 1894. The figure is made in full length, her head tilted slightly downward glance - thoughtful, hands Bormash holding a stick. Then the artist L. Klossad, the author of this work has been awarded scholarships and medals 2nd class. A few years later the statue was moved to the boulevard Bormash, where once lived the great musician. The event took place May 16, 1897 near the Place de la Bastille.
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