Carcassonne – Seven Photos From Walking Around The Neighborhood

Seven photos taken “just walking around the neighborhood” in the Ville Basse (the lower city) of Carcassonne.

The Pont Vieux (Old Bridge) on the left, the balcony next to the Chapelle Notre Dame de la Sante overlooking the River Aude, and  the medieval Cité de Carcassonne on the hill above.
The Pont Vieux (Old Bridge) on the left, the balcony next to the Chapelle Notre Dame de la Sante overlooking the River Aude, and the medieval Cité de Carcassonne on the hill above.
A Boucherie-Charcuterie on the Rue de Verdun. The sign in front advertises the availability of horse steak.
A Boucherie-Charcuterie on the Rue de Verdun. The sign in front advertises the availability of horse steak.
An ornamental carved lintel above a door on the Rue Coutejarie
An ornamental carved lintel above a door on the Rue Coutejarie
Detail of a hammered iron hinge on the front door of Cathédrale Saint-Michel de Carcassonne
Detail of a hammered iron hinge on the front door of Cathédrale Saint-Michel de Carcassonne
A striking antique door and frame on the Rue Coste Reboulh.
A striking antique door and frame on the Rue Coste Reboulh.
Verdigris on the lion's head fountain located behind the Portail des Jacobins (Jacobin Gate.)
Verdigris on the lion’s head fountain located behind the Portail des Jacobins (Jacobin Gate.)
Macarons displayed  at a pâtisserie.
Macarons displayed at a pâtisserie.
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One thought on “Carcassonne – Seven Photos From Walking Around The Neighborhood

  1. Wow, that is yet another “we’re not in Reno anymore” walk huh, Alan? 🙂 I love that lions head picture but they are all fantastic 🙂

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