Departmental agency for information about housing in Mulhouse. The snail logo is not very reassuring. Are they trying to say something without really saying it? :)
Many buildings have painted images on them. I loved it!
Just one of many interesting windows I saw on our trip to Mulhouse.
The tower is from the 14th century (I think).
Mulhouse reminded Vilay and I of Friburg, Germany because of the number of beautiful iron signs that are found on businesses.
Voila! The first leaves of Spring.
You can see Vilay’s pics here.
You can see Vilay’s post about Mulhouse here with more pics or go directly to our Flickr page (I still need to label the photos and organize them but have had my nose deeply planted in a book. So, I will get to the Flickr photos when said book is finished. Once I start a good book I can’t put it down. I will write a post about this book once I have finished it. It is a book that is easy to read but it makes you think about people and life. It is perfect for a social psychology major like myself or anyone for that matter.)