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Fifty shades of pink
The name of Veules-les-Roses does not come from the rosebushes that adorn many villas but from the pink tones of the stones and briquettes used for their construction. The village of Veules-en-Caux took this name in 1897 and became the shelter of many artists, writers, painters, and poets. If there are still a few Norman half-timbered houses or thatched roofs, most of the villas are made up of local stone and flint from the beaches. Corbels and bow windows enrich the facades where brick patterns sometimes appear.
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