Eat my Bones

Little walks in France

Fréjus pagoda garden

There is an unusual place in Fréjus, the Hông Hiên Tu pagoda. In France we don’t have a lot of Buddhist places. It’s been built in 1917, during the WW1 by Indochinese soldiers who stayed in Fréjus before they were sent to the front.

Today it is still a place of worship, thanks to an association which takes care of it. Everyone can visit this peaceful place, full of statues (and cats!).

The light was not good enough to take pictures of the pagoda and the statues, but we’ll go back there very soon 😉

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“What a big fish!”

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The garden has a few small ponds

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Frejus Pagoda Buddhist - Pose Skeleton - Toy photography - Miniature - Eat my Bones

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