Dôme Central and Fontaine Monumentale

Dôme Central: Joseph Antoine Bouvard, architect
Fontaine Monumentale: Jules Félix Coutin, architect; Jean Camille Formigé, sculptor

The elegant Dôme Central, nearly 200 feet tall, was surmounted by a 30-foot statue of France by Eugène Delaplanche. This focal point of the Champ-de-Mars was the central entry hall for the Palais des Industries Diverses.


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