Nîmes notes

a picture diary from a Roman town in the south of France



saint georgesTuesday’s theme at CDP was Saint George’s Day – the national day of England – and when I browsed the pictures everyone had taken, I suddenly remembered this relief on one of the medieval buildings of Nîmes. I quickly went through my archives, and found some pictures (today it’s raining and I don’t much feel like going out…) – it’s a bit late, but anyway.

So here is a French version of Saint-Georges, which you can find at Place de la Belle-Croix in the heart of Nîmes.


Author: nimes notes

Picture diaries from Nîmes (and Marseille), South of France

3 thoughts on “Saint-Georges

  1. Stunning shot and fun that you found the perfect image.

  2. Thanks 🙂 The relief is actually very small, which is hard to tell from this photo!

  3. A beautiful photo for the theme. It is amazing how widespread the legend of St George is.

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