Nancy, France

I took the day off today to spend some time with Garry and the girls and we drove down to Nancy in Northern France. It’s a 90 minute drive and after a short walk from our car park  we discovered the beautiful town square called Place Stanislas. The square was designed as a way to link the medieval old town of Nancy and the new town built in the 17th century. Construction began in March 1752 and ended in November 1755. Here’s a 360 degree look at the square (before the heavy rain caught us out).

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1 Response to Nancy, France

  1. barbara jago says:

    Loved the look of this town you all must of had a lovely day there even though it rained on you. Mum.

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