Place Kleber in Strasbourg

A friend was visiting us this weekend and she wanted to visit Strasbourg so we decided today to hop on the TER train and go to this beautiful Alsatian city. When we got there we were welcomed by a very nice sunny day and while we were walking in the old city center I took this picture of the Place Kléber. This is the largest square at the center of the city and there is an interesting historic fact: Even if the place is currently named after the french general Jean-Baptiste Kléber, the first name it had was Barfüsserplatz (square of the bare-feet-goers), because once there was a monastery along the square.