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The sight is the popular Alexandre III bridge in Paris. The bridge was dedicated to the Tsar for his signing the Franco-Russian Alliance in 1892.
The foundation stone was laid by his son Tsar Nicolas II.
The bridge leads to the Grand and Petit Palaces to the north and to the Esplanade des Invalides to the south. The architectural style of the bridge was designed to match that of the Grand Palais.

The golden lizzards are found below the bridge on both ends. It can only be seen on the lower walkway by the river Seine.

Merci pour voire,

Raz

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