Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Immeuble qui jure ?

Thank you for the warm welcome! Back in Versailles, with a photo taken three weeks ago. This building is unusual for Versailles, but I like it a lot! It's also a favourite shopping place of mine!
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De retour à Versailles avec une photo prise il y a trois semaines. Cet immeuble est inhabituel pour le centre ville, mais je l'aime bien - tout autant que j'aime aller y fouiner !

25 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Absolutely lovely: the square turret is fantastic.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The shape of this building is amazing. I wonder what the rooms look like inside. ;-)

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is like a building called the Flat Iron building. I think that is its name. See it here > http://www.flickr.com/photos/joits/492125179/

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bfarr said...

I like the building too. it looks very 'French'.

Clueless in Boston said...

Is it unusual because it's not a palace? I like it too.

Olivier said...

j'aime beaucoup, cela fait penser aux vieux immeubles parisiens autour de la place de la nation. Dépêche toi d'y retourner, c'est la dernière journée des soldes ;o))

Per Stromsjo said...

Interesting sort of a tower. What would you be shopping around here?

Cezar and Léia said...

What a wonderful blue sky! Great shot
Cezar

Bonjour Luxembourg

cieldequimper said...

@ Per: I go there for home furnishings and decorating!
@Clueless: because it isn't 18th century!
@ Abraham: how many Flatirons are there? ;-)

Bergson said...

Je vois que le soleil revient dès qu'on retrouve "son pays "
;-))

alice said...

OUi, les nuages ont disparu! Moi aussi, j'aime bien farfouiller dans ces boutiques, plein de trucs tartignoles mais on arrive souvent à se faire plaisir pour pas (trop) cher!

Regarde la vie said...

Une petite notre d'originalité ça fait toujours plaisir !

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Small City Scenes said...

Super looking building. There are a few similar ones in Seattle. I always called them corner or triangle building. I don't know why--I just made it up. LOL MB

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Seems like most big cities have a 3-cornered building. They are so practical and have such character!

Buck said...

Did you buy anything here during les soldes? I love learning about Versailles through your photos!

B SQUARED said...

A wonderful building but even more amazing, it's not raining.

Halcyon said...

J'adore le ciel. Il est tellement bleu!

m_m said...

This building is very original and makes impression! I like the roof, it is so interesting!
Regards,
m_m

JM said...

I also like this building, the top is fantastic!

Natalie said...

The details of the architecture are wonderful, but my favorite things are the bright colors behind the windows and the bright blue sky. Lovely photo!

James said...

Wonderful building. This the same building that Jacob from Ocala Daily Photo posted in his Paree blog yesterday. What a coincidence. :-)

cieldequimper said...

@ James: thanks! I have to say that I don't visit Paree very often... ;-)

Leif Hagen said...

Fabulous building - c'est formidable!

Tammie Lee said...

Wonderful building. I love the colors against the blue sky.

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Lee Spangler said...

I see this building and I am ready to book my ticket. Thank you also for all your kind words on my blog.