St. Exupéry Street is quite a wide street. This street cannot be separated from many exquisite structures. There are very civilized sculptures here. The street is also a relatively quiet place with rich scenery.
[View] The whole street is unique
[Interest] Very interesting
After searching around Bellecour Square for a long time, I asked the tourist center to find it. In the southwest corner of the square, you have to cross the road to see the tall pillars. The statue is at the top. You really need to look up to see. There are branches beside it. It's very difficult to take pictures, so you don't have to think about taking photos with the statue. Personally, I feel that it is an unsuccessful design that prevents many book fans from paying close tribute to the author and the little prince. I revisited the English version before going to Lyon, but I still can't fully understand it. I hope the ending means that the little prince has returned to his planet and back to his favorite rose.
A beautiful statue artwork. This statue has a rich look. The statue is a full-length portrait of this famous Frenchman. The whole scenery is also very beautiful. The statue consists of several parts and can be seen on the surrounding streets. To many things. [Scenery] The scenery here is beautiful [Interesting] Very interesting
The statue of Saint Exupery is located on the west side of the Bellecour Square. The literary classic image of the little prince held the author's shoulder lightly, they looked like a father and son. Not far away is the author’s birthplace at 8 St. Exupery Street. Metro Line A and D get off at Bellego Station.
French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (born 1900-1944) is the original author of the classic literary work "The Little Prince". He is the pride of Lyon. In honor of the author named this street after his family. The old street has classic architecture, beautiful environment and warm atmosphere. 8 St. Exupery Street is his home. Not far away is Bellecour Square. Get off at Belleguo Station on Metro Line A and D.
The statue of Saint Exupéry is located in the middle of the road on the west side of Bellecour Square. His little prince is holding the author's shoulder and staring down together. The statue is a portrayal of Saint Exupery, an ancient prince. It’s really easy to miss if you don’t look carefully. In the corner of the square, those who like to see the little prince must not miss it. In memory of the famous French writer and pilot, St. Exupery, who is famous for the fairy tale "The Little Prince", he In addition to writing, he also sacrificed for the motherland in armor against the Nazi German army!