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Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle and the Porte Saint-Denis

MS028.04.003.007 (RS197476)

Description

A street scene on the Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle in Paris, France. The street is crowded with pedestrians, horse drawn vehicles, and motor vehicles. At the intersection of Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle and Boulevard Saint-Denis is the triumphal arch, Porte Saint-Denis. Porte Saint-Denis is a monument designed by Francois Blondel and created by sculptor Michel Anguier in 1672 to honor victories by Louis XIV.

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Details

Collection Name
Nina Heald Webber Cape Cod Canal collection
Collection Code
MS028
Dates
undated
Physical Description
1 lantern slide
Collection Type
Manuscripts
Description Level
Item
GUSN
309005
Reference Code
MS028.04.003.007

Record details

Other People
Anguier, Michel, 1612 or 1614-1686
Blondel, Francois, 1618-1686
Descriptive Terms
horse-drawn vehicles
motor vehicles
pedestrians
streetscapes
triumphal arches (memorial arches)
Material Type
lantern slides
Places
Paris (Ville de Paris department, Île-de-France, France)
Location Note
Box 8, Item 22

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