Palais de l'Isle - Annecy, France Canals
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Palais de l'Isle - Annecy, France Canals

Annecy is often referred to as the Little Venice of France, or the Clean Venice since its freshwater canals are much cleaner than the canals of Venice, Italy. This medieval building in the main canal was built to look like the prow of a galley anchored in the river. It was originally a palace and then was used for various functions including a prison for quite a while, and now is a museum.

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Posted Jan 17, 2012 10:29 am

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