Uzès in France, a new series in the photoblog

aleksandr_skorobogatov_uzes_in_france.jpgUzès in France is a new series in the photoblog. To be honest, I don’t know that much about this town, and I’m not going to quote Wikipedia. What I do know, it’s a sheer nightmare to park your car there. But it’s a nice, quiet, picturesque little town with only two churches, as the rest were trashed and burned by furious Protestants during the Wars of Religion in the 16th century (I’m not citing Wikipedia). What I also don’t know is why on Earth they’ve used a Russian word as a name of their town: Uzès means Horror in Russian. Maybe it’s scary at night over there, who knows. Enjoy Uzès in France.

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