Day18 France: Narbonne

From Shelly…
Reflections on a city.
Butternut soup with a faint taste of cinnamon and finely chopped chives with a little grated cheese to add.
An attractive square in the heart of Narbonne.
Look closely a pair of pigeons have a nest on the cross. I couldn’t help but think of Mary and Joseph bringing two doves to the temple for His dedication. In a Cathedral that never was completed due to a lack of funds this cross is more able to provide shelter to these wild creatures.
Enormous structures just never completed…
…dwarfing anyone who walks through
The completed section, the chancel started in 1272 became the Cathedral of St-Just et St-Pasteur.
At the seaside. The Narbonne Plage. It has won the European Blue Flag every year since 1988. No fewer than 5 km of fine sandy beach.
…for Sandy

2 thoughts on “Day18 France: Narbonne

  1. Love those birds nesting by the statue. So peaceful. That verse in Romans reminds me of the Max Lucado book, “God will use this for good.” Hope it’ll be a lovely relaxing Sabbath wherever you spend it. Love you sis. 😘

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