Carcassonne – Thirteen Photos From Walking Around The Neighborhood

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

Ecole Primaire Jean Jaurès (Jean Jaurès Primary School) on Boulevard Jean Jaurès.
Ecole Primaire Jean Jaurès (Jean Jaurès Primary School) on Boulevard Jean Jaurès.
Classic Citroën 2CV
Classic Citroën 2CV
Antique door knocker along Rue du Pont Vieux
Antique door knocker along Rue du Pont Vieux
"Work" and Family" mural above the Caisse d'Epargne Bank at Boulevard Camille Pelletan
“Work” and Family” mural above the Caisse d’Epargne Bank at Boulevard Camille Pelletan
Harlequin wall tiles across from the Tourist Office on Rue de Verdun.
Harlequin wall tiles across from the Tourist Office on Rue de Verdun.
The Canal du Midi in January
The Canal du Midi in January
The  flags of the European Union, France, and Languedoc region outside the Mairie (Town Hall.)
The flags of the European Union, France, and Languedoc region outside the Mairie (Town Hall.)
The French tricolor flying outside the Préfecture de l'Aude
The French tricolor flying outside the Préfecture de l’Aude
Our favorite breakfast pastry, the Pain au Chocolat also locally called a chocolatine.
Our favorite breakfast pastry, the Pain au Chocolat also locally called a chocolatine.
Antique door knocker outside the Mairie (Town Hall.)
Antique door knocker outside the Mairie (Town Hall.)
A café in the Bar Tabac de la Poste on the Rue Barbès.
A café in the Bar Tabac de la Poste on the Rue Barbès.
Cornice with the date 1906 above L'Office de Tourisme de Carcassonne  on the Rue de Verdun.
Cornice with the date 1906 above L’Office de Tourisme de Carcassonne on the Rue de Verdun.
Hôtel de Police de Carcassonne (Police Nationale headquarters) on Boulevard Barbès.
Hôtel de Police de Carcassonne (Police Nationale headquarters) on Boulevard Barbès.

 

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One thought on “Carcassonne – Thirteen Photos From Walking Around The Neighborhood

  1. Hey, I know it’s not even close. But that picture of The Canal du Midi is eerily similar to if you were standing at the corner of Arlington and 1st Street in Reno looking west along the Truckee River. The first big difference being that there is water in the The Canal du Midi! 🙂

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