Roofs of Churches & Castles

“Now is the time. It’s our time to chase rainbows and build castles in the sky. It’s our time to create a life that we love. Because someday, it will no longer be our time.” – Shawn Anderson

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge topic for this week is Roofs of Any Kind. This took me back to the time when my husband and I went on a trip to Europe in 2016. While wandering around some of the European capitals, we were so impressed by the range of architecture of the churches and the castles among other things.

Roofs of Churches & Castles.

Montserrat Abbey in Catalonia, Spain

St. Hubert’s Chapel located in Amboise, is the resting place of Leonardo da Vinci

The Palaise des Papes is a historical palace located in Avignon, Southern France

El Arco y Puerta de Santa Maria is an iconic site in Burgos

The Chateau d’ Amboise is located in the Loire Valley in France

La Cite de Carcassonne is a medieval fortress located in Carcassone

14 Comments Add yours

  1. I’ve always wanted to go to Carcassonne..

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    1. TCast says:

      Yes, Carcassone is like you’re in another place and time. So beautiful 😍

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  2. Not just the roofs are impressive! I visited the Palaise des Papes some years ago and it’s quite something.

    janet

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    1. TCast says:

      The statues inside were really amazing too, right!

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  3. Lots of very impressive roofs.

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  4. Cee Neuner says:

    These are wonderful old roofs for this week’s challenge. Thanks Teresa for playing along 😀

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    1. TCast says:

      My pleasure Cee.

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    It’s hard to look at these and not wonder how they were able to build them with the tools they had at the time. Marvelous.

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    1. Sue says:

      I agree with your comment, Dan!

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      1. TCast says:

        Thanks for stopping by too, Sue.

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    2. TCast says:

      Yes, I know, especially with all the details. Thanks for the comment, Dan.

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