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View from Semnoz

Yesterday I went for a sunny walk in the snow, was wonderful and took some photos with my mobile.

Abbaye Hautecombe

Hautecombe Abbey (Latin: Altæcumbæum) is a former Cistercian monastery, later a Benedictine monastery, in Saint-Pierre-de-Curtille near Aix-les-Bains in Savoy, France. For centuries it was the burial place of the members of the House of Savoy. It is visited by 150,000 tourists yearly. The origins of Hautecombe lie in a religious community which was founded about 1101 in a narrow valley (or combe) near Lake Bourget by hermits from Aulps Abbey, near Lake Geneva. In about 1125 it was transferred to a site on the north-western shore of the lake under Mont du Chat, which had been granted to it by Amadeus III, Count of Savoy, who is named as the founder; and shortly afterwards it accepted the Cist

Markets

You will find different markets in Annecy and its surroundings: * Tuesday morning, Friday morning and Sunday morning (from 8h to 12h) The Food market in the Old Town (rue Sainte Claire, Pont Morens, rue de la République and quai de l'evêché) is probably the nicest market to enjoy the color of the local products, the smell, to talk with local farmers and all this in a beautiful place! You will find mostly food products but also some clothes etc * Tuesday (from 8h to 19h) The market is place des Romains (about five minutes walk from Courier shopping center). Clothing, bazaar, leather goods, books, food... * Wednesday (from 8h to 12h) Food market in Annecy, Place de la Mandallaz Food and clothe

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