This war memorial appeared to be the centre-piece and highlight of the commune of Saint-Martin-de-Fugères in the Haute-Loire department in the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes in southern France. I don't recall seeing many war memorials unlike here in Australia where most towns have one.
Day 2 of 12 - Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille to Le Bouchet-Saint-Nicolas: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
I am not sure what this is meant to represent but the plaque indicates that this memorial was erected by the municipalities of the Fremantle district on August 22, 1947 to commemorate the centenary of John Forest, Baron Forest of Bunbury, GC MG DCL LLD FRGS.
An interesting memorial at the foot of the Mirandol Viaduct. It reads “To my collaborators” and closes with a call for passers-by to pray for their victims. Something happened here in the 1890s but my research has failed me as to what it was.
Dutch - Cemetery at Bremen - WWII
A place in a park landscape, but walled in.
It is unique in its appearance, as the gravestones were made of light-coloured stone, which gives a decidedly different feeling apart from the gloomy WWII graveyards around
From spring till autumn it is well kept and they have fresh flowers all the time
This graveyard beckons to make you come back throughout the year
(with old Leica Summar 2/50 - uncoated and scratched for that soft look and contrast)
A memorial to Professor Rouvière who was a native of Le Bleymard and who became well known for his work and publications including his exhaustive study involving the delineation and classification of human lymph nodes and their associated drainage region.
The eponymous "node of Rouvière" (sometimes called "Rouvière node") features his name; this node is the most superior of the lateral group of the retropharyngeal lymph nodes and is found at the base of the skull.
Day 8 of 12 – Le Bleymard to Le Pont de Montvert: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.