Visiting Nancy

Pursuit of my Lorraine tourism with the famous Stanislas square where are the Beaux-Arts museum, the Opera and the Café Foy.

stanislas place

stanislas place

stanislas place

stanislas place
The parc de la Pépinière where there is a beautiful octogonal kiosk topped with a skylight made from iron and cast iron, the statue of Claude Gellée called le Lorrain (from Lorraine) made by Auguste Rodin in 1892, a rose garden (which was not in blossom with this cold November) and a portico from the 18th century from the former Louis Guingot’s property, painter who invented the military camouflage pattern in 1914.

parc de la Pépinière

parc de la Pépinière

parc de la Pépinière

parc de la Pépinière

parc de la Pépinière
Then, I had a walk into the old city, visited the Beaux-Arts museum and had a warming cup of tea in the café Foy, luxurious brasserie proposing traditional and refined meals.

old nancy

castle in nancy

beaux arts museum nancy

 

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