The equestrian statue of Charlemagne on île de la Cité at sunset.

A sunset behind the equestrian statue of Charlemagne and his Leudes in place Jean-Paul II on île de la Cité. A plaster model of the bronze sculpture was presented by Charles and Louis Rochet in 1867 at the Universal Exposition, and was finally set on its marble base in front of Notre-Dame in 1882.

Photographs of île de la Cité.