mardrl thank you so much !!
Sono tornato sulla foto per mettere la stella gialla!
Conquilha thank you for your comment !!
nice to see you !!
greetings from Nantes, France !!
Suzi Trousdale,I would love to accompany you to these places so out of the world .. you would know much appreciate..cheers,esseil
essentiel oui hein !! un coup bleu.....un coup rouge......!!
kiss a lot !! Gudule
Suzi Trousdale,thank a lot,Suzi, Two words for undestand a little of history..if you like to read..
The medieval village of Pigna
The ancient heart of Sanremo, full of memories and history, nestles in the "Pigna", the medieval quarter clinging to the hillside, built in concentric rings (made of old houses, narrow streets, covered passageways, quiet squares, staircases and arches) for make it inaccessible to attacks by Barbary pirates, who in the past threatened for a long time, the populations of the coast.
You log on to the village passing the St. Stephen's Gate (built in 1321) and, after riots in San Sebastian, the vaults, we reach the square of Sorrows (from the name of the Brotherhood of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, who made his Housed in the, facing oratory of San Sebastian). A little farther on, via Palma (the main street of the village) leads to the seventeenth-century church of San Giuseppe and the homonymous door. By way of Palma, at 21, home Manara (a building made dall'accorpamento more medieval buildings, arranged row), which in 1538 had the honor of hosting Pope Paul III, to Nice. Further down, at number 18 of Via Montenapoleone, in the palace of accounts Sapia Rossi, stayed in 1794, Napoleon Bonaparte. -----Cheers,esseil
Jackie oui c'est original !!comme bcp d'endroits en provence !!
Jackie,là aussi ce fût une belle soirée !!
Merci Jackie Gomez-Blasco, en effet une fin de dimanche fort agréable !!
Ahh ok ok !!
amitiés alors !!
au plaisir de te revoir !! gudule