Created 7-Mar-15
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On March 2, 2015, on our way back from Barcelona, we decided to stop in Sète, the birthplace of chansonnier Georges Brassens and flamenco guitarist Manitas de Plata. In Sète, we are far removed from the glitzy and sophisticated Côte d'Azur; nevertheless, the town has a charm of its own with its multiple canals and innumerable boats.
View onto the Quai de la RésistanceOn the Quai de la RésistanceThe Quai Maréchal de Lattre de TassignyCanal reflectionsCanal intersectionView onto the Quai Noël GuignonBuilding on the Quai Noël GuignonLooking down the Quai de la RésistanceOld boatPlace Aristide BriandThe bandstand on the Place Aristide BriandOn the rue Général de GaulleRue GambettaThe Brasserie Le FloreStatue at the entrance of the Parc Simone VeilThe war memorial in the Parc Simone VeilBehind the pondIn the Parc Simone VeilQuai Charles LemaresquierQuai Léopold Suquet

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Europe
Subcategory Detail:France
Keywords:sete, sète