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on 12 Feb 21
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20 questions - 2 players
Various questions on the most famous sculptures in the world ...
Comment Auguste Rodin a-t-il baptisé son oeuvre ?
In the port of which European capital can the Little Mermaid be seen ?
Which city does not have a Statue of Liberty ?
What does this London statue situated on the rooftop of the Old Bailey represent ?
What is the name of this famous statue from Antiquity ?
The Record Shop.
In which American city can we see the statue of Rocky Balboa ?
How big is the Manneken-Pis in Brussels ?
In the 60s, the Egyptian temples of Abu Simbel were moved. Why ?
To avoid silting up.
Because the original terrain was unstable.
Because of the construction of the Aswan Dam.
What is the name of the beautiful ephebe made by Michelangelo, a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture ?
In 1974, in which country did archaeologists discover an army of thousands of terracotta statues ?
The construction of the Mamayev Kurgan took place from 1959 to 1967. The statue measures 85 meters ! To the dead of what terrible battle does this monument pay homage ?
The Battle of Verdun.
The Battle of Stalingrad.
The Battle of the Bulge.
On the site of which Napoleonic battle was the Butte du Lion erected in 1826 ?
The Battle of Austerlitz.
The Battle of Waterloo.
The Battle of Berezina.
Over which Brazilian city has Christ the Redeemer watched since 1931 ?
Rio de Janeiro.
Salvador de Bahia.
Which French artist has made a series of colorful chicks with generous shapes ?
Niki de Saint Phalle.
In which city can we see the original statue of this wolf ?
Where does the name of the most famous Venus in the Louvre museum come from ?
From the Greek sculptor Milo.
From the word 'Milo' which means 'penguin' in ancient Greek.
From the island on which the statue was discovered in 1820.
Which president does not figure on Mount Rushmore memorial in South Dakota ?
When did the Dutch navigator Jakob Roggeveen discover this small isolated island (then populated by around 4000 inhabitants for 900 statues) ?
Easter day in the year 1512.
Easter day in the year 1722.
Easter day in the year 1933.
In 2001, in which country were the monumental statues of Buddha destroyed by the Taliban ?
Which Gaul is represented by this copper sculpture made by Aimé Millet in 1865 ?
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