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This alley features some of Rouen's famous half-timbered design buildings from the 15th century. There are some cafes and artisan shops here as well for you to explore. The facades are charming and its history is interesting. Visit this area before 10am if you want...More
Back from D-Day landing areas on Normandy shores, we enjoyed our stopover at Rouen.
Within the amazing old city the pedestrian streets are truly nice: well preserved half-timbered houses built during the Middle Ages are seen around the central market square and cathedral areas. St...More
This is such a beautiful and oooold part of town. Centuries old buildings that were made from scrap ship timbers are still standing, though crooked, leaning and uneven. The city strictly governs this old buildings as historical monuments. I believe this is what brings the...More