Grande Rue, Dieppe

This pedestrian street has been built on a thoroughfare used by the Gauls who kept watch by moving from one cliff to another. It is lined with white-brick houses, rebuilt after damage from English cannon fire in 1694. The wrought iron balconies were made by the ironsmiths of Arques-la-Bataille. The corsair, Balidar, lived at no 21 (café du Globe). An attractive fountain dating from 1631 stands in the courtyard of no 77.

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Grande-Rue, 76200 Dieppe

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