An Eif­fel Tower made of sand has taken over the Bris­tol Hotel

  • Dated: August 2007
  • Media: La Voix du Nord

An Eif­fel Tower made of sand has taken over the Bris­tol Hotel

The Bris­tol Hotel put on a great dis­play on Tues­day evening in cel­e­bra­tion of its 80th birth­day. Over the course of the evening, the painter and sculp­tor A Godon signed over 500 copies of the book pub­lished espe­cially for the occa­sion. Sev­eral hun­dred guests were able to admire the artist’s paint­ings and at the same time dis­cover the Eif­fel Tower made from sand which was cre­ated by the artist to cel­e­brate the hotel’s anniver­sary in grand style. The struc­ture which is over ten meters high will be on dis­play until 2 Sep­tem­ber in the rue Jean-​Monnet.

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