Street art desde Australia.
"Legend has it, that a fierce dragon named La Gargouille lived in a cave near the river Seine. The dragon caused much fear and destruction with its fiery breath. Each year, the residents of Rouen would placate Gargouille with an offering of a victim, usually a criminal, though it was said the dragon preferred maidens. Around 600, the village was saved by St. Romanis. La Gargouille was burned at the stake, it is said that his head and neck were so well tempered by the heat of his fiery breath, that they would not burn. These remnants were then mounted on the town wall and became the model for gargoyles for centuries to come. "