Erected as a tribute to the popular lullaby (L'canchon dormoire, in dialect) written by Alexandre Desrousseaux in 1853, which tells the story of a lacemaker striving to get her baby to sleep. It is a replica of the original statue (made by Eugène Desplechin in 1902), which is on display at the town hall.
Address:Sq. Foch - Rue Nationale, 59800 Lille
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