“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us”. – Winston Churchill
On the most northerly point of Brittany, on the peninsula of Plougrescant, is the Chapelle Saint-Gonéry, with its crooked belfry. The Chapelle is a historic monument – part twelfth-century Romanesque and part fifteenth century flamboyant.
And another tilting shot …
16th Century timbered houses in Troyes, on the Seine river about 150 km southeast of Paris. Troyes has been in existence since the Roman era and the name troy weight for gold derives from the standard of measurement that evolved here.
Ailsa’s travel theme: Tilted