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Poster Sacré-Coeur


This poster by illustrator Lotza depicts the famous Sacré-Coeur de Paris. This iconic white basilica located on the Montmartre hilltop is a symbol of the city of love and light.

Construction of the basilica began in 1875, shortly after the Franco-Prussian War, as an expression of gratitude and redemption for France. It was designed by the architect Paul Abadie, who mixed Romanesque-Byzantine and Gothic styles. It took over 40 years to complete the construction of the basilica, which was finally consecrated in 1919.

The Sacred Heart is an important place of worship for Catholics, as well as a popular landmark for tourists from around the world. Visitors can admire the basilica’s magnificent mosaics, which cover more than 450 square meters, as well as the breathtaking view of Paris from the basilica’s dome.

Paris itself is a city rich in history and culture. The capital of France, it was founded in the 3rd century BC. It has become an important center of art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. It is home to many famous museums such as the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay and the Centre Pompidou. The city is also known for its many monuments, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame de Paris, all of which have contributed to the city’s worldwide fame.

The illustration is available in 2 poster sizes: 11.8×15.7in and 19.7×27.5in.

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Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.

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11.8x15.7in format
Weight : 736.5in
Mat coated paper

19.7x27.5in format
Weight : 652.8in
Mat coated paper

This poster is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.

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11.81×15.75inches, 19.69×27.56inches


Metropolitan France



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