The place was built in the 19th century with a fountain decorated with cherubs riding newts and cherubs holding ears of corn in remembrance of the granary and the fish market that was at this place in the 14th century. From here, many streets go twisting and winding: Rue Vauban (lined with mansions), Rue des cordonniers (whose name is related to the combination of certain skills), Rue de Turenne and the beautiful door with a baroque style of the former Carmelite convent.
Site et monument historique
Conditions de visites
Ne se visite pas
Prestations spécifiques Enfants
Opened all year