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From Paris-Walking-Tours.com: "Here, in front of St. Eustache in Place René Cassin, is sitting a giant, seventy ton sculpture of a head resting on a hand and made of sandstone.

"It is called, "l'Ecoute" ("Listen"), created by Henri de Miller and placed there in 1986. With its location directly in front of the 13th century cathedral of St. Eustache, "l'Ecoute" presents a striking contrast between old and new, one of the defining characteristics of Paris."
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