24 mars 2006

Hôtel de Vogüé


Toiture polychorme de l'Hôtel de Vogüé. Cet hôtel se trouve derrière Notre-Dame, rue de la chouette. Il a été édifié au début du XVIIème siècle, et c'est un des monuments les plus raffinés de Dijon.

Roof polychorme of the Hotel of Vogüé. This hotel is behind Notre-Dame, street of the owl. It was built at the beginning of the XVIIème century, and it is one of the most refined monuments of Dijon.

13 Comments:

Blogger Anne said...

What a colorful roof!

24 mars, 2006 08:37  
Blogger Lisi said...

Hi Arnaud, I remember going to Beaune and Colmar and they have similar roofs but this one is more colorful.

24 mars, 2006 09:04  
Blogger Nicola said...

Very nice roof tiles! I'm sure it adds a lot to the appearance of the building!

24 mars, 2006 09:42  
Blogger chris.h. said...

Your last 2 photos have been really stunning--thanks!

24 mars, 2006 12:36  
Blogger Amande said...

Typiques les tuiles vernissées!

24 mars, 2006 13:08  
Blogger Rob said...

Nice roof

24 mars, 2006 13:13  
Blogger Sam said...

That's a great roof. We have one in Mantes on the cathedral - I'll have to go see if I can get a nice shot.
This one is gorgeous!

24 mars, 2006 15:53  
Blogger luggi said...

An informative photo and an excellent daily French lesson.

24 mars, 2006 16:23  
Blogger Vancouver Daily Photo said...

Great picture!

24 mars, 2006 19:00  
Blogger Denton said...

The roof looks like cloth.

25 mars, 2006 03:56  
Blogger midnitebara said...

agree with denton, it even looks like persian rug to me. Very colorful abd beautiful!

25 mars, 2006 07:29  
Blogger Arnaud said...

>Lisi
I'll be in Beaune soon, youcould see the difference

>Nicola
Yes, you're true, but i don't have some good pics to show you the building.

25 mars, 2006 11:47  
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