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Most Beautiful Detours in France
The city of Pont Audemer in the Eure is the little Venice of Normandy. Its typical Norman architecture with its rag houses, corbelled roofs and canals make it a unique site. Stuck between two arms of the Risle River, the tanners who came to settle there developed a whole network of canals in order to wash their skins. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance saw it prosper. Later a metal loop foundry would complete this leather industry whose fame went as far as England.
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