Ramparts Promenade

This promenade honours the memory of Charles II, King of Navarre and Count of Evreux (1332-1387), and Robert de Flocques, who liberated the city in 1441. The ramparts have long since disappeared but this remains a pleasant promenade, leading to the Tour de l'Horloge (clock tower) and Notre Dame Cathedral.

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Promenade des Remparts

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Cathedral of N.-D.- of Evreux
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It shared the slings and arrows of the
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Built in the 15C for Bishop Raoul du Fou
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