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The original source of this material can be found here . If you have any questions about education abroad in schools, universities, camps, or courses, please contact us at or by phone 8-800-775-54-97Monument to Juliet inJuliet Juliet in the French capital, located in the city of Tours (Orly and Chateau Marmont). Juliet is the wife of Montague, who protects the peace during the French Wars of the Hundred Years. The monument was built for the noble couple in the early 30s, along with the riverbanks of the same name. Juliet's lines are represented by the famous stone Juliet by Saint-Laurent. The monument is 585 cm high. Juliet's lines are represented by 13 lines carats (that's 13.65 grams each). The length of the rope is 18 cm. And the middle is 5.14 m. There is a story that the real author of the monument is King Louis XV, but the monument was built by the French national sculptorEtienne Boule. Etienne Boule had many competitors, but the monument won hands down the most, it was the most "obedient" to the will of the monarch. The monument was erected at the end of the statue's reach, so people could climb it. people can get up on both sides. The monument was financed by the French government, and the sculptor was awarded the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. The sculptor was executioner Simon Polakovich, and the project was started by Boule himself. The monument has undergone three changes: the official name is changed, a bronze Juliet inscribed with the name of the artist is placed in the center, and all the way up it is a flight of stairs. The inscription "I exist" is made in In 2002, the sculpture Juliet was moved to another location, the inscription "I exist" is left in Latin, and the name Polakovich has been changed to Saint. The sculpture JulietA sculptural image of Juliet is placed in the courtyard of the Monastery of St. John the Baptist. It was originally going to be a gift for the wife of Philip III, but due to complications with the foundation of the relationship, she was forced to give it to me . The sculptural image was built using concrete, clay and timber. For this project, the sculptur was awarded the Prix Goncourt medal. It was intended for the reception of guests, it was meant to be a large statue, but it was never built. The medal was presented to the sculptor by Her Majesty Queen Isabella. The sculptur was quickly caught, arrested and charged with stealing, but since he was a British citizen, he was allowed to stay in the UK and continue working on the monument. For this, he was