Rue de la Coutellerie

Lined by the buildings of the Musée de la Coutellerie from nos 23 et 58, this street is aptly named. The shell at nº 5 is a reminder that Thiers was a stopping-point on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route. Note the unusual houses at nos 12 and 14, and at nº 21 the Maison de l'Homme des Bois, adorned with an enigmatic figure to which some have attributed esoteric significance.

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St Genès Collegiate Church
St Genès Collegiate Church
This Romanesque church has been heavily
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Musée de la Coutellerie (and workshops)
Musée de la Coutellerie (and workshops)
Thiers' knives need no introduction. The
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Hôtel Ossandon
Hôtel Ossandon
This 16C and 17C house stands at nº 8,
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Rue du Pirou
Rue du Pirou
The Maison des Sept Péchés Capitaux
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Rue du Bourg
Rue du Bourg
At no 10, the 15C Volvic stone door
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St Jean Church of Thiers
St Jean Church of Thiers
This church, built in the 15C, occupies
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St Genès Collegiate Church
St Genès Collegiate Church
This Romanesque church has been heavily
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Hôtel Ossandon
Hôtel Ossandon
This 16C and 17C house stands at nº 8,
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Rue du Pirou
Rue du Pirou
The Maison des Sept Péchés Capitaux
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