A new wonder
After several days in Nancy, I couldn’t decide what would be the most spectacular time to see Stanislas square: day or night?
A perfect illumination, and the relief won by Town Hall under the lights are responsible for the doubt.
Maybe at night…
Or by day…But at night.
Please, clean the cathedral
Black signs of pollution, large stains in the interior, and a general idea of… poverty.
The contrast with the well maintained city suggests that a quick intervention is needed.
It should be done by now, but… I don’t know.
We know that Nancy is a landmark in arts, but we were not expecting to see painters around, as seen in Paris.
For our surprise, it happened in the garden called “La Pepiniere”. A very old man (almost two hundred years old) approached us, identifying himself as Claude Oscar Monet (never heard!), and asking permission to paint us.
We had no much time, and posing under the rain was not the best idea, so we turned our back and tried to move away.
He insisted and in a couple of strokes painted something. Na! I think that Monet has no future! Do you agree?