Statue 1 - Of whom is this a statue, and why is it located where it is?
A towering figure in the history of France of the 20th C, Charles de Gaulle occupies a magnificent corner on the Champs Elyssee outside the Grand Palais.
Statue 2 - Where is this located and why is it even in Paris?
This is the reproduction of the Statue of Liberty that stands at the end of the Allée de Cygnes in the middle of La Seine just down from La Tour Eiffel. It was donated by the French people of the United States in 1986.
Statue 3 - I always confuse this chap with another little chap from Wales. Who is this statue of and where is it located?
Georges Clemenceau who led France during WW1. The statue is on the AdCE outside the Petit Palais. I like it very much - makes him very human.
Statue 4 - Not a Frenchman so why is his statue in Paris? Where abouts exactly?
Winston Churchill's statue stands in the grounds of the Petit Palais. He was instrumental in the fight-back against Hitler's invasion of France during WW2. Amazing how I feel the need to express this carefully.