The finger Statue by César in La Défense district in Paris, Capital of France. La Défense is the prime high-rise office district of Paris. Many of Paris's tallest buildings can be found here. The district is a mix of mostly cheap towers of different heights. The tallest of them, the GAN tower, measured 179 meters (589 ft). The height of several towers, and in particular the GAN tower caused a public outcry as the 'forest of towers' disturbs the view on the Arc de Triomphe as seen from the Etoile. Partly in response to this criticism a new monument was built at the entrance of the Défense as a counterweight for the Arc de Triomphe: The Tête Défense , also known as the Grande Arche de la Défense.


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Statue of César in La Défense district in Paris | Capital of France

The finger Statue by César in La Défense district in Paris, Capital of France. La Défense is the prime high-rise office district of Paris. Many of Paris's tallest buildings can be found here. The district is a mix of mostly cheap towers of different heights. The tallest of them, the GAN tower, measured 179 meters (589 ft). The height of several towers, and in particular the GAN tower caused a public outcry as the 'forest of towers' disturbs the view on the Arc de Triomphe as seen from the Etoile. Partly in response to this criticism a new monument was built at the entrance of the Défense as a counterweight for the Arc de Triomphe: The Tête Défense , also known as the Grande Arche de la Défense.
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