Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Just 10 pics (18)

One of the three houses remaining, built this way in the 16th century. This one is the nicest and most original and it is a pity that it is not maintained well.

Temple du Hâ, the baroque protestant church at the Hâ road.

Gate in the garden of the fine arts museum, in fact the back entrance of the Rohan palace, now town hall.

Cathedral square. Just behind this terrace you find a bookshop selling international newspapers, the only one as far as I know.

Ornaments on the facades of the so called flemish houses (built by dutch merchants in the 16th century) on the Chartrons quay.

The house where Goya lived and died, next to Gambetta square.