Night time in the Grand Place, Arras.
And day time, after the rain.
It remembers the men of the Arras Resistance who gave their lives for France during the Second World War.
…and other resistance fighters, male and female, who died during the occupation.
Nice to see British poppies at a French memorial.
A beautifully understated little memorial in my opinion. I believe, by the way, that somewhere inside this building there is another entrance to the Boves of Arras, the caverns and tunnels beneath the city that the British used before the Battle of Arras in April 1917, similar to, and connected with, the ones we visited a few posts back to the south east of the city.