"Meridional gothic" style, typical to Southern France
Very nice city f.am, also it's not far from Carcassonne
Not all of our architecture is shit, m8. Just gotta look for the right stuff.
Small village in east Aquitaine, typical architecture
There are quiet a lot of them in south western France
>Britbongs on suicide watch
For having been in several I'd say this is pretty accurate
Which was your favourite area? I'd like to visit one day.
Where do you live ? Appalachians ? Wild guess
Here's another village nearby
Posting best architecture.
[spoiler]If only it were real.[/spoiler]
Melbourne reminds me a bit of Montréal tвh
>steel frame with a beautiful facade
why don't people do this any more? everything is an aquarium now.
Southern Wisconson, by the Mississippi river. I can't find good enough pics of the bridge, so here is the a general image of the area.
Gold Coast has it's charms if I'm being honest
I've actually been to the US twice but not really bear that kind of landscapes, I saw more desertic places, yet very impressive. Well some weren't desertic (Bryce canyon) but I've also been to Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon pic related
I've lived in the midwest most of my life and traveling down the river is really breathtaking. Aside from that, it's mostly hills, farmland and forests here and there. Illinois is surprisingly beautiful once you get out of the corn. I've heard a lot of good things about france, but I don't really have enough money to travel.
Well tb.h even the "fly over states" that are flat as fuck are atractive as a tourist. You must feel so small in the middle of that. We have some area a bit like that in France, pic related, but it's not really the same
Hey I passed my bac at Joliot Curie there
It's not like it was possible to compete m8
Unfortunately I only passed some tests there, otherwise I was in Agde in Auguste Loubatières
>Road going through Historical remains
What the fuck guys