July 2006 - Three Ladies and a Flame
In July, two significant national holidays are celebrated – the United States’ Independence Day and France’s Fête Nationale. The month is an appropriate occasion, then, to recall the Statue of Liberty, designed by French sculptor August Bartholdi. It is a symbol that represents enduring friendship between these two nations. In Paris, many renditions of Lady Liberty stand to remind passersby of the ideal of liberty and Franco-American friendship. We hope that this article will inspire readers to seek out each one!
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Paris Panorama Newsletters for 2006
- December 2006 - Christmas Beer, Christmas Cheer!
- November 2006 - Homage to Man Ray
- October 2006 - A Dog's Life, a Good Life
- September 2006 - An American Defender of an Historical Landmark in Paris
- August 2006 - Ghosts of Saint-Michel
- July 2006 - Three Ladies and a Flame
- June 2006 - Wining and Dining with Juan Sánchez
- May 2006 - Saint-Sulpice
- April 2006 - How the Carrousel Garden Got Its Name
- March 2006 - A Queen, Her Palace and Her Garden
- February 2006 - Place Vendôme - A Square Fit for a King
- January 2006 - Copying the Masters