Premiere Classe Limoges
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... was built after the war. The ruins of the original village remain as a memorial to the dead and to represent similar sites and events.
In 1999 French president Jacques Chirac dedicated a memorial museum, the Centre de la mémoire d'Oradour, near the entrance to the Village Martyr ("martyred village"). Its museum includes items recovered from the burned-out ...
A dutch greeting by the owner of the camp who was happy to show us everything. I needed to wash our sheets and was determined despite the weather to go ahead with this task. I put the washing on and preceded to cook dinner and at about the time the sheets were due to be finished the heavens opened once more. It was torrential. When it eased a little I asked Kerry if he would collect them for me. On his return he casually said, "you wouldn't believe it, there was a ...
... is unusual. Churches are usually at
the town center. So, we saw an old man standing at a bus stop who pointed us
down the road saying the church was another 4km. We were completely
disheartened by this because we had already walked 34km! However, we walked for
about 2 min and could see the church. It was about 1.5 km from where we had
asked the old man. Whew!
When we arrived, we were greeted by the proprietor, who
... was actually pretty comfortable. I then took a shower in the best shower I have ever seen with multiple faucets at every angle and a rain simulator. Ahh, comfort. Tired as I was, I laid down for a nap. I slept for about 20min when I heard a knock at the door, and I opened it to find the proprietor with my companions. She said that since we were not three, but four (I hadn’t been sure if my fourth companion was actually going to lodge with us or not) that ...
... I went straight to the cathedral.
Now, in my personal opinion, the inside of the cathedral does not come close to rivaling the cathedral of Bourges, but the façade is amazing. Construction began in the 13th century and continued through the 19th c., but the façade, is Gothic in all its glory. The sheer number of gargoyles gave me the chills in the best way possible. Inside, most of the remaining works are 19th century, but under the organ there ...