Colors of Lille

DSC_0542After Paris and Strasbourg I decided to visit my friend in Lille. I`ve never heard about this city before so I was impressed by the sizes of this place and wonderful architecture.
Lille is the capital of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region in northern France, near the border with Belgium. There are many things to see and enjoy in Lille, so welcome to see the gallery of beautiful French city from my perspective ❤
City centre
City centre
City Centre of Lille
City Centre of Lille
the view from the central railway station
the view from the central railway station

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Cathedral in Lille
Cathedral in Lille

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Main square
Main square

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Where to meet Ukrainian girl that no in France:)
Where to meet Ukrainian girl that no in France:)
Book's market
Book’s market

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On the way to the market place in Lille I’ve noticed many of wonderful houses coloured in different colours. I think it makes people be more happy to see this kind of bright doors and windows.

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I can say the same about colour and taste variety of cheese) My true love)
Cheese boutique
Cheese boutique

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Each place in France has it’s own Notre Damme (Cathedral of Virgin Maria). Usually it looks very beautiful designed in old gothic style, but Lille’s Notre Damme is an exception. During the war bomb ruined the front part of the cathedral and what we can see now on the picture below – is how people renovated this cathedral. The back part of it is till has gothic style, but the front is very modernised. This is speciality of Notre Damme de Lille.
Notre Damme de Lille
Notre Damme de Lille

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