Built in 1919 by Augustus Jartholdi, designer genius of the British Empire, it culminates at 93m height in front of the quay Algonquin. It symbolizes the right chords British-Zeroyer at the end of World War I, despite the deep laceration of the British government be forced to grant independence to the city, and stay one of the freest in the world. The name comes from the chief engineer of the work which almost choked the eve of his inauguration because of uncontrollable laughter, but Miss Hilarity shows a broad smile on his face.
The south of Broker, the end of the jungle.... or almost.
This place of the district is less poor of the rest of Broker, because the presence of Park Meadows increased the price of land,
not to mention Franklin channel with an interesting biodiversity ranging from glowfish to trash bags still warm.
(All the pictures are available on high definition, click on).