architecture, culture, history, landscape, photography, travel

Visiting Le Havre

Le Havre is a big city next to our vacation base, so we visited it. According to wikipedia the city was reconstructed after World War 2, because of its vast demolution. The reconstruction was done by a team of architects. They followed a common masterplan while designing the new city. The design of all buildings is similar. Even the characteristic of these modern beton buildings is designated a UNESCO World Heriatage Site in 2005, it was quite buring to me from a photographers sight. Only the church St. Joseph was interesting for me. I’ll show it in my next post.

Here are a few impressions from the sports harbor and a sneak preview to St. Joseph.

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Stay tuned for my next posts.

4 thoughts on “Visiting Le Havre”

    1. Yeah, it is an interesting city and it’s also photogenic for architecture photographers (I know, ’cause ther was a very talented achritecuture photographer with me.

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