Asbjorn Lonvig's words: I sailed down the Seine.
There was the Statue of Liberty.
A small one.
Like the Statue of Liberty in New York.
This statue looks towards west. Towards US.
Wikipedia's words: The Statue of Liberty (French: Statue de la Liberté) on the Île des Cygnes, a man-made island in the river Seine - under the Pont de Grenelle - was given to
the city of Paris, France.
The statue is 11.50 m (37 feet 9 inches) high. It was inaugurated on July 4, 1889, it looks towards the Atlantic Ocean and hence towards its larger sister in
New York Harbor, which had been erected nearly three years earlier.
The tablet of the Statue of Liberty in the river Seine bears two dates: IV JUILLET 1776 (July 4, 1776: the United States Declaration of Independence) like the
New York statue, and XIV JUILLET 1789 (July 14, 1789: the storming of the Bastille).
The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor on Liberty Island was inaugurated on October 28, 1886.
It is 93 m (305 ft) tall.
The Statue of Liberty, officially titled Liberty Enlightening the World (French: la Liberté éclairant le monde) is a monument commemorating the centennial of
the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence, given to the United States by the people of France to represent the friendship between the two
countries established during the American Revolution. It represents a woman wearing a stola, a radiant crown and sandals, trampling a broken chain, carrying
a torch in her raised right hand and in her left arm a tabula ansata (is a tablet with dovetail handles), where the date of the Declaration of Independence JULY
IV MDCCLXXVI is inscribed.