Bar-le-Duc

2009-12-29—2019-07-22
8 Bar-le-Duc is a small town in Lorraine. The lower town of Bar-le-duc as seen from the upper town.
Bar-le-Duc is a small town in Lorraine. The lower town of Bar-le-duc as seen from the upper town.
2 St Peter square, 16-17th centuries (Renaissance).
St Peter square, 16-17th centuries (Renaissance).
4 St Peter square: Hôtel de Florainville (16-18th century), which became the townhall in the 18th century. Middle-left: the only pre-1500 house left on the...
St Peter square: Hôtel de Florainville (16-18th century), which became the townhall in the 18th century. Middle-left: the only pre-1500 house left on the…
6 St Etienne church on St Peter square - 14-16th century, steeple from 1630, Gothic.
St Etienne church on St Peter square - 14-16th century, steeple from 1630, Gothic.
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P1060773 Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
P1060774 Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
P1060776 Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
P1060777 Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.
Marbeaumont castle, 1903-1905. The architecture mixes several styles: Louis XIII, Renaissance roofs, Art nouveau.

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