Bordeaux, France

Bordeaux, France

"Pont de pierre" // #Bridge #Bordeaux #Heritage

"Pont de pierre" // #Bridge #Bordeaux #Heritage

Considered an architectural jewel of the 18th century, the Grand Theatre remains to be one of the main attractions for tourists visiting the city of Bordeaux.

Considered an architectural jewel of the 18th century, the Grand Theatre remains to be one of the main attractions for tourists visiting the city of Bordeaux.

Bordeaux - Grand Théatre, France

Bordeaux - Grand Théatre, France

Eglise St-Michel, Garonne River, Pont De Pierre Bridge, Bordeaux  http://www.pinterest.com/adisavoiaditrev/boards/

Eglise St-Michel, Garonne River, Pont De Pierre Bridge, Bordeaux, Aquitaine Region, France

Eglise St-Michel, Garonne River, Pont De Pierre Bridge, Bordeaux http://www.pinterest.com/adisavoiaditrev/boards/

"Cours du Chapeau Rouge" // #Bordeaux #BDXLIVE

"Cours du Chapeau Rouge" // #Bordeaux #BDXLIVE

Gironde : Bordeaux :Cathédrale primatiale Saint-André, consacrée en 1096, plusieurs reconstruction à partir du XIIe siècle

Gironde : Bordeaux :Cathédrale primatiale Saint-André, consacrée en 1096, plusieurs reconstruction à partir du XIIe siècle

Porte de Bourgogne - Cours Victor Hugo

Porte de Bourgogne - Cours Victor Hugo

Bordeaux : parking Victor Hugo

Bordeaux : parking Victor Hugo

Pont de Pierre, Bordeaux, France    The pont de Pierre, with 17 arches, stretches 478m (1,568 ft.) across the Garonne and is one of the most beautiful bridges in France. Built on orders of Napoleon I in 1813, the bridge can be crossed on foot for a view of the quays and the port. For an even better view, we suggest a tour of the port, which lasts about 90 minutes and goes up the river and all around the harbor. It departs from the Quai des Chartrons, in the center of town. It's available…

Pont de Pierre, Bordeaux, France The pont de Pierre, with 17 arches, stretches 478m (1,568 ft.) across the Garonne and is one of the most beautiful bridges in France. Built on orders of Napoleon I in 1813, the bridge can be crossed on foot for a view of the quays and the port. For an even better view, we suggest a tour of the port, which lasts about 90 minutes and goes up the river and all around the harbor. It departs from the Quai des Chartrons, in the center of town. It's available…

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