Early 1700′s era French door henge (replica) at rebuilt Fort Toulouse near Wetumpka, AL.
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Restoration of black smith shop doors operated by 1700′s French Colonial Marines, Fort Toulouse, Wetumpka, Alabama.
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Reconstructed 1700′s shelter used by members of the Alabama Tribe of the Upper Creek Indians.
The shelter is on the grounds of the reconstructed French Fort Toulouse near Wetumpka, Alabama.
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Nike of Samothrace – Winged Victory
The French found and excavated the original statue on the Island of Samothrace in the Aegean Sea in 1863.
A second century B.C. statue from the school of Pergamon commemorating a naval victory, it was set up on this island upon a Greek trireme for a base.
Nike, sounding the signal for battle on her trumpet, was arrested at the moment of alighting on the prow of a vessel.
This replica is on the grounds of Jasmine Hill Gardens, Wetumpka, AL.
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