Cathédrale Notre Dame de l’Annonciation, Nancy – France


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25 thoughts on “Cathédrale Notre Dame de l’Annonciation, Nancy – France

  1. Oh, this is magnificent. I love it. And I think (maybe) we might be in that area in the spring. Your photos are such an inspiration for our visit in Europe. Thank you, thank you.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  2. Bonjour Cezar & Leia,

    We just wanted to say hi from Paris. We leave in just a few days. We're having a wonderful time, but it's been cold the last few days.

    These pictures are beautiful! I love this cathedral.

    Hope all is well with you!!

    Vicki & James

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  3. I don't know, but all cathedrals look the same ! What I think is with all that money which it had costed how many people would have had enough to eat !

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  4. J'aime beaucoup l'offrande de legumes.; Sais-tu pourquoi on la fait? cette charette toute simple au milieu de la magnificence de l'eglise est très emouvante!

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  5. So close to home for you! Just a day trip, I suppose! I presume that some pictures from Place Stanislas will follow? (Soon I will comment in French, I know that you are making good such good progress!)

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  6. A beautiful church. I love all the details in older, European churches. You just don't see anything like that here in the US! I love seeing all these beautiful places through your eyes.
    Bisous de Jackson!
    Hal

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  7. La charrette est effectivement surprenante, je me demande aussi pourquoi il y a des légumes.

    Dans la cathédrale de Quimper, il y a un petit Saint appelé le Saint Noir (Santig Du en langue bretonne). Traditionellement, on y laisse du pain pour que les pauvres puissent venir se servir. De nos jours encore, on y trouve assez régulièrement quelques morceaux de pain.

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  8. I know you will think I'm silly, but I believe I've been in this church as a child. My father was in the Air Force and we were stationed in France. We visited a lot of churches and memorials, but this one sticks in my mind. 🙂

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  9. Great photographs! I especially like the photo of the pipe organ. I find that when in cathedrals and old churches, I'm looking in the back at the organ, while everyone else I'm with is looking at the front and sides. I guess it comes from being a pianist and a bit of an organist myself. Cheers!

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  10. This is a beautiful place, and from the looks of all the flowers etc. it must be an active one also. Lovely.

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