Rue Lastié

No35 features High Gothic windows. The 14C and 16C house at no117 has retained its original workshop, plus elegant twin Gothic windows at first-floor level. At the end of the street there are pretty, brick and half-timbered houses.

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Rue Lastié

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St Gausbert Chapel
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Rue St-Urcisse
Rue St-Urcisse
The street is lined with modest-sized
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Rue St-Priest
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This narrow street lined with brick,
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Rue Nationale
Rue Nationale
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