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Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris, FranceNotre-Dame de ParisParis, FranceThe most famous gargoyle from Notre Dame watching ParisSt.-Paul, FranceSt.-PaulFranceOne of the most beautiful places I've ever been. A true jewel in the Côte d'Azur. The medieval town of St. Paul de Vence was once a magnet for all...Padirac Cave, Padirac, FrancePadirac CavePadirac, FranceTravelling around the South West of France and you could come across the Gouffre de Padirac. The Padirac caves are amazing with visitors descending...Miroir ombrière, Marseille, FranceMiroir ombrièreMarseille, FranceHuge ceiling mirror in the old port which enables you to capture some unusual images.Maillezais, FranceMaillezaisFranceBest way to enjoy the Marais Poitevin is definitely on a boat. Go for a tour through the labyrinthine marsh rivers. So quiet and relaxing!...Café Campana, Paris, FranceCafé CampanaParis, FranceThe Café Campana, a place that inspires the imagination. Located inside my favorite museum, Musée d’Orsay. My phone reminded me I took this 3 yrs...Lyon, FranceLyonFranceMusée des Confluences: telling the story of humankind A nebulous structure made of glass, concrete, and steel sits at the tip of a peninsula, on...Lyon, FranceLyonFranceNotre-Dame de Fourvière. A basilica that earned a place in my top-10 of most beautiful churches. In 1870 France was at war with Prussia and the...Colleville-sur-Mer, FranceColleville-sur-MerFranceNormandy, traces of D-day The memorial of the American cemetery consists of a semi-circular colonnade with a loggia at each end containing large...Sainte-Mère-Église, FranceSainte-Mère-ÉgliseFranceNormandy, traces of D-day Private John M. Steele (1912--1969) was the American paratrooper (US 82nd Airborne) made famous in the movie, “The...Saint-Marcouf, FranceSaint-MarcoufFranceNormandy, traces of D-day The three 21cm Skoda canons of the “Crisbecq Battery” had a range of more than 30 kilometres. On D-day, the battery was...Arromanches-les-Bains, FranceArromanches-les-BainsFranceNormandy, traces of D-day At low tide you can discover scattered remains of “Mulberry B”, the artificial harbour built at Arromanches. Mulberry B...Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, FranceSainte-Marie-du-MontFranceNormandy, traces of D-day The objective at Utah Beach was to secure a beachhead on the Cotentin Peninsula. #D_day_Normandy #BeachTips!La Cambe, FranceLa CambeFranceNormandy, traces of D-day La Cambe German War Cemetery. 21,222 German soldiers are buried here. It is a very different place to the American and...Bayeux, FranceBayeuxFranceHave you ever seen a tree like this? It's the crown jewel of the Botanic Garden of Bayeux, a centuries-old weeping beech (hêtre pleureur). The...Bayeux, FranceBayeuxFranceNotre-Dame Cathedral. The Original Bayeux cathedral was consecrated on 14 July 1077 in the presence of William, Duke of Normandy and King of...Bayeux, FranceBayeuxFranceThe interior of the cathedral was once the home of the famous Bayeux Tapestry. #TroveOnTuesday #PerspectivesBayeux, FranceBayeuxFranceSplendid half-timbered house in the main street. In Western Europe, houses like this were the "villas" of the rich in the Middle Ages. Typical is...Champagne Taittinger, Reims, FranceChampagne TaittingerReims, FranceGreat tour at Tattinger, caves are 20M below the surface. 4km long holding over 2Million bottles.Île aux Cygnes, Paris, FranceÎle aux CygnesParis, FranceAs I was going through some images from my recent April holiday in Paris, France, I found this image which was shot on the Île aux Cygnes (Paris)....
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