Photographs - fourteen images by PARIS EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE 1889

Photographs - fourteen images

Mounted on card, each 170x110mm Sepia. Images are Galerie des Beuax-Arts, Cafe Marocain, Lad Dome Central, La Galleries des Machines, Pavilion du Chili, Pagode d'Angkir, La Vestibule du Palais des Beaux-Arts, La Fontaine Monumentale et le Dome Central du Champ de Mars, Fontaine Monuementale, La Fontaine de Coutan, De Dome d'Honneur, Fontaine de Coutan det Dome D'Honneur, Palais de la Cochinchine, Vue Prise du Trocadéro. Photograher not named. The Universal Exposition of 1889 (Exposition Universelle de 1889) was a highly successful international exhibition and one of the few world's fairs to make a profit. Its central attraction was the Eiffel Tower, a 300-meter high marvel of iron by Gustave Eiffel. Over eighty other structures on the Champ de Mars housed exhibits, including the impressive 1,452 foot long Galerie des Machines by Ferdinand Dutert.

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