Sunday, 7 August 2011

A romantic colour to the Castle of Héron


There, the wind pushes the automn, the wind is tu big flights of slate, which is set in the same sections of wall, drop to their beauty at the heart of Vexin ...

Would not that long crowned roads, which put end to end built the first square meters of a beautiful 18th quadrilateral-like ... There, in a valley not far from a tree a long span bunch of earth comes from the top lift, the Heron Castle, Castle Dampont said in a pictorial impetus reveals her beauty, her masculine ways who want to see it, admire it ....
In the distance there on a mountain in the corner of a village, the church is fixed her large eyes to the great white male wearing a dark blue hair, that time has kept ...

A male she would tease, love, though, history, the past has shown us that this union was possible ....

The Town
http://www.us-en-vexin.fr/content/heading533/content1748.html


The Heritage
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Us_%28Val-d%27Oise%29





A beautiful project that will revitalize the pomp of French royalty, the Art in Architecture!

Congratulations Mr Laurent Bouvet!!







To learn more about the project, a few words and links are available:

Project Rebuild St. Cloud is a project of economic self-financing (to see on Facebook), an economic, self-funded, part of a sustainable development approach.

Generating tourism flows - and therefore economic flows - the heritage is par excellence creates jobs directly and more indirectly, thus contributing greatly to the enrichment of a country.

This is why - especially in view of the Grand Paris - the reconstruction of the castle of Saint-Cloud is all the more as evidence that, located on the axis the most touristic of the planet .... Thereafter;

The project site created by Laurent Bouvet, President of "Rebuild St. Cloud!" "Reconstruisons Saint-Cloud"
27, rue Saint-Ferdinand
75017 Paris

http://www.reconstruisonssaintcloud.fr/pagedaccueil.htmlThe project on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=46321139735&v=wall&ref=mfThe friends of Park of Saint-Cloud:
http://saintcloud.free.fr/







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