An example of a “street sign” in France; isn’t it funny? 🙂
Houses in Rennes, France
Rennes is a lovely town located in the northwest part of France; the capital of Brittany.
Pont du Gard, France
Pont du Gard is a beautiful ancient Roman aqueduct, located nearby
Nîmes. Check its website and definitely keep this place in mind while planning your “French holidays”. 🙂
Arena of Nîmes, France
Nîmes is a town nearby the Mediterranean Sea.
Its history is dating back to the Roman Empire and you still find there some Roman architecture e.g., the Arena of Nîmes.
Saint Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc) or The Maid of Orléans is a heroine of France, however at the age of 19 she was burned at the stake.
Rouen (and its cathedral) is maybe the most known from the paintings of Monet.
And I think, it’s a good reason to visit the city. 🙂
I went to Rouen in December, and was a bit surprised by snow, lots of snow… so, I decided to not show you the beautiful Rouen cathedral, but the snowy day. 🙂
Strasbourg is a lovely city located at the boarder with Germany.
It’s also full of storks, at least soft toys. 😉
French flag consist of three vertical bands coloured blue, white, and red.
the Alps, France
French is of course the official language in France.
If you are able to speak some French, your life in France (plus quite a bit number of other countries) will be much easier! 😉
If there is “water”, there is also seafood. 😉