Port Maria, St Mary, Jamaica

Anglican Church Hall Port Maria Slaughter-house / Butcher Shop Site (Demolished) Banana Street Old Port Maria Fire Station>>>St Mary Parish Church Hodgson Street>>>Claude Stuart Park Port Maria Market Pagee Pagee Beach Frontier Estate Fort Haldene Banana Street Little Bay>>>Cabarita Island Market Street Otram River Otram River Bridge Emmanuel Baptist Church Cox Street Port Maria Town…

St. George Street – Saint Augustine, Florida, United States

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Cour du Commerce Saint André, Paris, France

This is the busy Saint Germain boulevard, in the Latin Quarter. The Cour du Commerce Saint André begins on its north side, behind those trees on the right. There’s a handy Métro station across the boulevard from the Cour du Commerce. It’s the Odéon station, on lines 4 (north-south) and 10 (east-west). Just cross the…

Sunday Evening in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

This is Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a neighborhood at the west end of the Latin Quarter. It is named after the church you see here, Saint Germain of the Fields. The Brasserie Lipp is one of several famous and rather snooty bars and restaurants here. The Café de Flore is another one. Famous writers (Sartre, Hemingway) used to…

William Butterfield, All Saints, Margaret Street

(piano playing) Steven: I’m with Ayla Lepine, an architectural historian from the Courtauld Institute and we’re in central London looking at All Saints Church, Margaret Street and I thought we would explore this building as a way of understanding High Victorian Gothic architecture. Ayla: Standing in the courtyard, the spire as you look up is…

LE BOULEVARD SAINT-LAURENT À MONTRÉAL | Hélène se promène

Hi! My name is Helene, and I’m wandering around! Today, we’re going for a walk on Saint Laurent Boulevard, my favorite street in Montreal. Saint Laurent Boulevard is also called “The Main,” meaning the main street. It’s an important street that divides Montreal between east and west. Orientation is a little bit wonky in Montreal;…