Friday's Favorite French Things
This issue of Friday's Favorite French Things is something very simple: the end of town/end of village road signs. Labels: France
It's all well and good to have a sign alerting you to the name of a town or village when you enter it, but when the village is very small, you may not have noticed the sign as you drive in.
Then you find the village is very pretty and you say "Hey, nice place, where are we again?"
Well in France they tell you as you leave.
A nice little touch and one I appreciate.
Here is the sign you see when leaving the village of Y in the Somme department. Y is the shortest named commune.
For the sake of pointless symmetry there are 3 communes that have the longest names - 38 letters each: