Photographer's Note

I come back after a short break and with a stock photo of Troyes, made during a stay (somewhat imposed!) 15 days.
Rue Emile Zola is mainly composed of a row of colorful half-timbered houses dating from the sixteenth century. These buildings were rebuilt after the devastating fire that broke out in the heart of the medieval city, destroying the main area of the city in 1524. Although there are only very few buildings from medieval times, this route has retained this historical aspect and shows a glimpse of what was common in the time of the Champagne Fairs.

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Additional Photos by Jean Jacques Cordier (jjcordier) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6720 W: 240 N: 11709] (79299)
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