Carcassonne is a French fortified city in the branch of Aude, in the locale of Occitanie. The French writer Gustave Nadaud made Carcassonne acclaimed as a city. He composed a lyric about a man who longed for seeing however couldn't see before he kicked the bucket. His ballad enlivened numerous others and was converted into English a few times. Georges Brassens has sung a melodic form of the lyric. Master Dunsany composed a short story "Carcassonne" as did William Faulkner.
Heritage and contemporary art a late spring occasion in the Occitanie/Pyrenees-Mediterranean area concentrating on the connection between present day craftsmanship and building legacy. This great work is to praise the 20th commemoration of Carcassonne's engraving on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Outstanding in its size and its perceivability and utilization of design space, the display reaches out on the western front of the strongholds of the City. The work must be completely seen before the Porte d'Aude at the person on foot course from the Bastide. The circles of yellow shading comprise of slender, painted aluminum sheets, spread like rushes of reality, dividing and recomposing the geometry of the circles on the towers and drapery dividers of the strongholds.