Sufficiently creepy engraved sign over the doorway to the Catacombs in Paris, France: Stop! This is the empire of the dead.
Gotta appreciate the gallows humor of this sign just as you enter the Catacombs beneath the streets of Paris.
Not exactly a sign but I couldn't help but admire this gorgeous stained glass tribute to the bravery of WWII paratroopers in Angoville au Plain (Normandy), France.
Spotted this in Bayeux, Normandy (lots of great signs there, btw). Gotta love the modesty of this sign - not "fabulous" or "great" or even "good" accessories and jewelry - just adequate. You know, for times that you need something that meets the low bar of being acceptable to go with your outfit.
Spotted on the door to the cathedral in Bayeux, France. There are a gazillion ice cream shops in Bayeux and at the time, I wondered if this sign was meant to expressly forbid ice cream, or if ice cream was meant to represent all foods. It remains an unsolved mystery.
We visited the Normandy region in France and these banners and signs were displayed all over in Bayeux. Nice to see that they still celebrate the anniversary of D-Day - it's a pretty big deal in the Terre de Liberté (Land of Liberty).