Indoor walking in abandoned surroundings, almost like a modern art exhibition.
The inspiration comes from “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
Believe the place is named “Pas accès – zone privée”, the sign said so.
The building have been abandoned since the late 1980s.
Places like this have in periods many temporary dwellers, they are gone with the snow.
The worth visiting Thursday’s Special from Paula
The inspiring theme this week “City dwellers“
The thoughts fly fast, the surrounding horizon make them do so.
Almost “lost” in the french Alps, metaphorically speaking.
“Le lion de Belfort”
Smaller editions stand in the center of Place Denfert-Rochereau in Paris,
and in Downtown Montreal too – (Lion of Belfort Montreal).
The Lion of Belfort is a monumental sculpture by Frédéric Bartholdi
the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty in New York (smaller editions in Paris and Colmar).
The lion’s made entirely from red sandstone and is enormous.
(22 meters long and 11 meters high – the weight, don’t know)
This is a prehistoric place, on the high-lying areas behind harbor of Fécamp
reveals human presence dating back to the neolithic age.
Many people visit the place from both land and sea.
To meet the fascinating view between the french coastal cities of Le Havre and Dieppe.
Many more would do so if they knew it was there.
The harbor itself is all worth the visit and the main attraction.