L'Âme de la France (“The Soul of France”) is the name given by the French sculptor Carlo Sarrabezolles to three identical monumental statues that he executed in three different materials during the interwar period, the first in plaster in 1921, the second in stone in 1922, and the last in bronze in 1930. 3.2 metres tall, they represent a female warrior with naked breasts raising her arms toward the sky.
Latitude: -21° 03' 52.80" S
Longitude: 55° 31' 18.00" E
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