Photo-Tale of Toulouse..

Toulouse is the capital of France’s southern Midi-Pyrénées region and a nice French Metro to live. Being fourth largest Metropolitan of France, it has all the comforts of  a metro, yet far from the hustle and bustle of Paris. River Garonne flows bisecting the city and offers a photogenic face of the city at night with... Continue Reading →

First snow of last year..

Last winter, I was living in Toulouse. My professor told me, it is uncommon to snow in Toulouse. Though the temperature goes down, but usually the leafless branches  and chilly wind welcome the winter instead of frank snowing. So, when I woke up in the morning in a Saturday and  lift my curtain, I was happily... Continue Reading →

Paintings of Palais Versailles

Versailles houses lots of incredible art works, any museum can be jealous of.  Versailles became the home of the French nobility and the location of the royal court, and the kings used every opportunity to spend money in art works , architectures , frescoes and oil paintings.There is  nothing much to say about it, I am sharing few art... Continue Reading →

Hall of Mirror, Palais Versailles

   The Hall of Mirrors  is the central gallery of the Palace of Versailles and perhaps the most  famous & most visited room of the palace.As the most remarkable feature of King Louis XIV of France's third building campaign of the Palace of Versailles, construction of the Hall of Mirrors began in 1678. To provide for the Hall of Mirrors as well... Continue Reading →

Opéra Garnier, Paris..

Those who read my  post on Liceu already know, I love operas. And the Palais Garnier is "probably the most famous opera house in the world, and  a symbol of Paris like Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, or the Sacré Coeur Basilica. When I was first time in Paris, I stayed at walking distance from the opera, but I did... Continue Reading →

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