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Enjoyed spending Saturday evening there along the “canal”. Seems to be a mixture of tourists & locals.
Interesting history - enjoyed learning about the traditional Provençal fabrics - “Indienne & this area’s role in textiles.
This area is very pretty, has a funky vibe, and a number of really interesting shops, galleries, theaters, and cafes. If you're looking for unusual arts, crafts, clothes, souvenirs, etc., this is the place to go. If not, just go to walk around and enjoy...More
We enjoyed strolling down this street on a Friday morning. What caught my eye were the interesting architectural stone carvings that were along the side of the road. They look they might have come from old buildings in the area. It only took 5 or...More
For 500 years this 14th century street was the scene of non stop manufacturing. There were a couple of dozen paddle wheels that moved the water of the nearby river and provided power for mills in the vicinity. Dyes were made, also, and fabrics so...More