Visitor in front of the Ideal Palace (Le Palais idéal) designed by French postman Ferdinand Cheval and build from 1876 to 1912 in Hauterives, France. Roman dictator Julius Caesar, Celtic king Vercingetorix and Greek mathematician and physicist Archimedes are depicted from left to right as the Three Giants on the east facade. ATTENTION: This image is a part of a photo essay of 36 photos featuring the Ideal Palace (Le Palais idéal).

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Visitor in front of the Ideal Palace (Le Palais idéal) designed by French postman Ferdinand Cheval and build from 1876 to 1912 in Hauterives, France. Roman dictator Julius Caesar, Celtic king Vercingetorix and Greek mathematician and physicist Archimedes are depicted from left to right as the Three Giants on the east facade. ATTENTION: This image is a part of a photo essay of 36 photos featuring the Ideal Palace (Le Palais idéal).
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Image ID: 2A4B5EA

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