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1234texas wrote a review Dec 2019
Dripping Springs, Texas2080 contributions3266 helpful votes
As renaissance style structures go, this is a good one. There is an incredible attention to detail and design in the construction. The brickwork really first rate. The statue of Joan of Arc is the focal point at the stairs. It is well done and very interesting--it suffered some serious damage in WW II. There has been no effort to restore the damage. Across the street, there is a tablet and sign post to mark General Patton liberating the village 72 days after D-Day.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Jul 2019
Manresa, Spain8075 contributions867 helpful votes
Hotel de Ville is the Town Hall of the town. In this case, the town is called Beaugency and it is located in Loire Region, in France. It was built in 16th Century in a Renaissence-style. In fact, it has the typical white and blue colors of these type of buildings. Nice facade, it is ok if you walk in the surroundings. (see also Chateau de Beaugency, Abbatiale Notre-Dame, Clocher Saint Firmin and Tour de l'Horloge)
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Date of experience: August 2018
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