The Palais de l'Isle, also called the "old prison", was built from the twelfth century. Taking up most of the island in a canal, it is the symbol of the town and is among the most photographed monuments in all of France
A poor soul who was caught in a random candid. It is a great picture, though.
Annecy, France. Chateau D'Annecy in the background.
Another victim of random candids. This shot reminds me of a album cover.
The Palais de l'Isle, also called the "old prison", at night. Annecy, France.
Annecy Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral, and national monument of France, in Annecy.
It was built at the beginning of the 16th century by Jacques Rossel as a chapel for a Franciscan priory. During the French Revolution the building was used as a temple of the Goddess Reason.
Inside of Annecy Cathedral. Annecy, France.
View of streets in Annecy, France