The Rue Saint-Romain is a narrow pedestrian street leading eastwards from the northern side of the Notre Dame Cathedral Square. Its main feature is the variety of coloured half-timbered Gothic and Renaissance buildings, mostly sitting above shops and boutiques.
The old buildings date variously from between the 15C and the 18C and, in my opinion, are worth a short visit due to the picturesque architecture and photo opportunities.
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