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Famous for being the place that the
invading German army in 1914 thought
was Paris, Roubaix is home to La Piscine,
originally the communal baths for the
City, now fully restored as a superb
museum of Art Deco, statuary, art,
sculpture, and modern design - an eclectic
mix that is well worth a visit (short tram
ride from Lille, or a slightly longer tank
ride with the Wehrmacht).
I liked the diagonals and the juxtaposition of light and shade on these steps up to the
filtration tanks at the back of the museum, next to the tea shop. Yes, I know, most people
would take a picture of the stunning bath hall / museum with its Art Deco design and
brilliant fan window, but you can get that picture on a postcard. The latest news is that
La Piscine is now being returned to a working swimming pool, presumably whilst the
surrounding statuary and Art Deco artifacts remain in place - that would make it unique
in Europe and an ever better reason to visit Roubaix.
Famous for being the place that the invading German army in 1914 thought was Paris,
Roubaix is home to La Piscine, originally the communal baths for the City, now fully
restored as a superb museum of Art Deco, statuary, art, sculpture, and modern design -
an eclectic mix that is well worth a visit (short tram ride from Lille, or a slightly longer
tank ride with the Wehrmacht).
I liked the diagonals and the juxtaposition of light and shade on these steps up to the
filtration tanks at the back of the museum, next to the tea shop. Yes, I know, most people
would take a picture of the stunning bath hall / museum with its Art Deco design and
brilliant fan window, but you can get that picture on a postcard. The latest news is that
La Piscine is now being returned to a working swimming pool, presumably whilst the
surrounding statuary and Art Deco artifacts remain in place - that would make it unique
in Europe and an ever better reason to visit Roubaix.
Famous for being the place that the
invading German army in 1914 thought
was Paris, Roubaix is home to La Piscine,
originally the communal baths for the
City, now fully restored as a superb
museum of Art Deco, statuary, art,
sculpture, and modern design - an eclectic
mix that is well worth a visit (short tram
ride from Lille, or a slightly longer tank
ride with the Wehrmacht).
I liked the diagonals and the juxtaposition of light and shade on these steps up to the
filtration tanks at the back of the museum, next to the tea shop. Yes, I know, most people
would take a picture of the stunning bath hall / museum with its Art Deco design and
brilliant fan window, but you can get that picture on a postcard. The latest news is that
La Piscine is now being returned to a working swimming pool, presumably whilst the
surrounding statuary and Art Deco artifacts remain in place - that would make it unique
in Europe and an ever better reason to visit Roubaix.

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Famous for being the place that the invading German army in 1914 thought was Paris, Roubaix is home to La Piscine, originally the communal baths for the City, now fully restored as a superb museum of Art Deco, statuary, art, sculpture, and modern design - an eclectic mix that is well worth a visit (short tram ride from Lille, or a slightly longer tank ride with the Wehrmacht). 

I liked the diagonals and the juxtaposition of light and shade on these steps up to the filtration tanks at the back of the museum, next to the tea shop. Yes, I know, most people would take a picture of the stunning bath hall / museum with its Art Deco design and brilliant fan window, but you can get that picture on a postcard. The latest news is that La Piscine is now being returned to a working swimming pool, presumably whilst the surrounding statuary and Art Deco artifacts remain in place - that would make it unique in Europe and an ever better reason to visit Roubaix.
    
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