Another of the big shows at the Puy du Fou is the Triumph's Sign.
Set in a Roman coliseum, it is the biggest "in park" show...with lots of actors, stuntmen and animals. In 40 minutes you get a nice soft summary of what could have been Ancient Rome entertainment.
Lots of wild animals, gladiators, a chariot race. The Christian slave didn't get eaten though (note the mild disappointment here).
|A very realistic chariot race...|
|A very laid back lion|
|And, yes, Romans are the cutest ;)|
I realize I didn't take a single photos of the "Gallic heroes" (versus the horrible barbaric pagan Romans) ...I guess the French Christian propaganda was a bit lost one me... or I just chose to ignore it.
O waw... a chariot race too!! Excellent fun!
That park looks like a big circus (and amazing too!) rather than a regular amusement park, which I really love to see, I hate the big ones with lots of rides and noise...
I hope they take good care of the animals when they are not working!
Love the outfits and the arena, looks impressive!
Oh! It looks like it's straight out of an Asterix!
That must have been really fun! I love the gooses, I didn't had any idea that they used to parade with gooses :P :)))
Wow! Amazing shots! The laid back lion is definitely my favorite; he stole the show for me! :)
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