The Paris Fire of Freedom is a very famous sculpture building on the streets of Paris. He looks like a huge golden torch, burning blazingly. It represents the spirit of freedom and democracy in France and is one of the national symbols of France.
The Fire of Liberty is on the edge of the Alme Bridge. This is an enlarged version of the flame held by the Statue of Liberty, but here is also a place to commemorate Princess Diana of England. The car accident that happened when I saw it happened nearby of
The Fire of Liberty is an imitation of the flame held by the Statue of Liberty. In fact, it is not very special, but because of the Concubine Dai, it has become a scenic spot, especially for fans who like Concubine Dai to mourn her idol.
France is a country that likes freedom and romance, and the fire of freedom is such a symbol. Not far from the Eiffel Tower, he is a gilded torch sculpture, which reflects the French love of freedom, passionate character, and is a symbol of the French national spirit.
Looking at the night view of Paris along the banks of the Seine, I came to Freedom Fire accidentally while walking. The location here is very easy to find. It is very close to Place de l, Alma, about tens of meters away. Below the Fire of Freedom is actually a tunnel, with cars underneath. The night view of Paris is actually very beautiful. Many people come out for a walk at night, so don't worry too much about safety. It is also good to take a walk along the Seine after dinner.