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If you are infatuated with the architecture of Paris, France, even if it is to see the pattern of the roof, also need not learn zhang wuji's light achievement ladder cloud longitudinal, when the moon is black wind is high, ability is discovered.
Today, jing kun takes you to incarnate martial arts master "fly to the wall", close to appreciate the European masterpiece -- the beauty of the architecture of the Paris opera house.
Built between 1861 and 1875, the Paris opera house is a 1,979 seat opera house in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France. This neo-baroque building, designed by French architect Charles garnier, is considered one of the best examples of neo-baroque architecture.¡øA glimpse inside the theater, but unfortunately we were not allowed into the photography
One of the greatest buildings in Europe, the Paris opera house has had its ups and downs. According to wikipedia, construction began in the summer of 1861, but problems followed: first a stream beneath the foundation made it unstable, then the franco-prussian war of 1870 and the fourth revolution forced the opera house to shut down. Thus, the Paris opera house, which was founded in 1862, was finally opened in 1875 at a cost of more than 47 million francs.¡øAfter the rain the reflection
In the minds of more literary youth, the Paris opera house is famous because the story of ¡¶The phantom of the opera¡· takes place here. Later, the book was adapted into a musical, film, become a classic.¡øToday, the phantom of the opera is a love triangle about an otaku who gives too much, but gets nothing in return.
So, in jing kun's photo, we will focus on the facade of the Paris opera house. You'll be pleasantly surprised by the architectural details of extreme luxury. Let's go up and down through the photos!
In addition to the "phantom" opera house also live these great men
There are many statues outside the Paris opera house, the most striking of which is the roof. When you zoom in, it turns out to be 53 ancient gilt bronze figurines connected by garlands.
However, to be voted the "shiniest" statue on the outer wall of the Paris opera house, and the two gilded statues on the roof, you have to win! They were completed in 1869 by the French sculptor gomery (1827-1871). The sculpture on the left is ¡¶Poetic¡·, and the one on the right is ¡¶Harmony¡·. Since the sun is too bright today, please feel the golden light.
Under the eaves of the opera house facade, there is a row of small reliefs surrounded by the letters "N" and "E", N for napoleon iii and E for the emperor, in memory of the opera house's founder, napoleon iii. There are also said to be napoleon iii and the name of the lover, the opera house is the witness of their love.
Enlarge the picture, you will find, "N" below
the fruit clearly visible, "E" left and right portrait of the
delicate drapery, ingenious, extremely flashy.
The Paris opera house has adopted the traditional classical architecture of the upper, middle and lower three sections, each using different architectural elements. Among them, the shape of arch-shaped mountain flower is taken from the practice in the classical temple building. The gold character on the left means " architecture industrie ", and on the right means " sculpture peinture ". The spindles and torches are clearly visible.
Between the top of the two ancient Roman Columns are gilded bronze statues of music masters. Mozart, rossini, Beethoven and other masters, clearly visible.
If you have a heart, you can see a pigeon preening beside Beethoven. Although Beethoven was deaf in his later years, the beautiful song of the dove might have been heard by this statue.
Rossini, Italian composer of operas. He wrote thirty-eight major and minor
operas in his life. Among them "the barber of seville" is the
representative work of Italian comedy in the 19th century. Liao changyong
teacher, once performed this unique masterpiece.
Spontini was the central figure in the creation of French opera in the 1810s-1920s. He composed more than 20 operas in his life. The most important masterpiece, besides the virgin nun, was the three-act opera the conqueror, also known as fernand cortez.
Meyer beer, German composer. Although born in Berlin, Germany, he was the founder and chief representative of the French grand opera in the 19th century.
Halevi, French composer of grand opera, masterpiece "the jewish woman".
Auber£¬French opera composer, representative "the daughter of the robber", "the dumb woman of bohtiesi" and so on.
The sculpture at the entrance is also distinctive. On it is "musical instrument" by French sculptor jean-baptiste Claude Eugene Guillaume (1822-1905); Below is the 1869 work "the dance" by jean-baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875), a French sculptor and painter.
On the facade of the opera house are four reliefs of famous composers, in order:
Giovanni batista pergolesi (1710-1736) was a young Italian composer who pioneered Italian comic opera and made a major contribution to the development of European comic opera.
Franz josef Haydn (1732-1809) was a German and Austrian composer. He was the first great instrumental composer after Bach and an outstanding representative of classical music. Known as the father of the symphony and the father of the string quartet.
Domenico chimarosa (1749-1801) was an Italian composer of operas. He was one of the most important composers of comic operas in the 18th century. His melodies are beautiful and rich.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was a German composer of the baroque period. He was a prominent organist, violinist, and cellist.
At this point, the appearance of the Paris opera house, introduced here. Both sides of the opera house, wrapped in scaffolding, are about to take on a new look.©Bigpixel
The side of the fashion gathering place, galeries lafayette, countless tourists from all over the world, in the carefree consumption.©Bigpixel
This is the Paris opera house. The hustle and bustle of the opera street, the passion of art and the passion of life, like music, played the vitality of the city. Paris, never sleep.