The Sanctuary of Mercy (cat. Santuari de Misericòrdia) in Reus. Oil on canvas by Joan MañéMore
Montjuïc Castle in Barcelona. Oil on canvas by Joan MañéMore
The old church of Sant Marçal in Montblanc (Spain). Watercolor by Joan MañéMore
Roman Forum of Tarragona (Colonial forum of Tarraco). Watercolor by Joan MañéMore
The Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola at Campus Martius. Oil on canvas by Joan MañéMore
The Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres (Catalonia). Ink and watercolor by Joan MañeMore
Prades is a commune and Eastern Pyrenees department sub-prefecture in the South of France. It is also the capital of the historic Catalan comarca, Conflent. It is located at an altitude of 940 m among dense forests.
The town is rich in monuments and many houses on the central streets have stylish facades. The town has …More
Alet-les-Bains is a commune in France in the Occitania Region (ex Languedoc), Aude department, five kilometers to the South of Limoux, in the very heart of the Cathar country.
Interestingly, in the past, people spoke Roman rather than Latin in the province in the year 1272. “Oc” means “Yes” in this language, that is why the …More
The Urtubie castle (Le château d’Urtubie) is in the municipality of Urrugne, three kilometres from Saint-Jean-de-Luz. The castle was resurrected in 1505 from the ruins of a feudal castle built in 1341 and burned in 1497 (few defensive walls and a dungeon only survived).
The castle was rebuilt completely in 1745. Its territory has been expanded. …More
Château du Plessis (Pont-Saint-Martin) near Nantes.
From 1404, the domain belonged to the Viscounts of Rezé, then it became the seat of the seigneury of Pont-Saint-Martin in the 18th century. Nicolas Roche de Fermoy, trader and shipowner from Nantes, became its owner in 1754. The monument was listed as a historical monument in 1975.
GPS coordinates: 47° …More