Provins, an hour east south east of Paris is a medival town composed of the lower city, the ville basse, which was where fiars were held and where cloth dying was done, and the high city, the ville haute, which was enclosed by ramparts

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IMG_9847 canals for dying cloth IMG_9849 IMG_9851 in the chapel of the hotel dieu (hospital) at the bottom of the upper city IMG_9853 a street, or grimpant IMG_9854 IMG_9855 stone where tazes were paid - see next slide IMG_9856 IMG_9858 cutain wall from inside the city IMG_9859 IMG_9860 looking down first at the César tower, then at the église St Quiriace, IMG_9861 IMG_9863 IMG_9864 The rose is the emblem of Provins - and roses are the base of many products IMG_9867 the rampart near the Porte St Jean IMG_9868 old tower and one being reconstructed IMG_9869 IMG_9870 rampart leading towards the next gate (porte) IMG_9871 La Porte de Jouy IMG_9872 IMG_9873 IMG_9874 IMG_9875 IMG_9876 IMG_9877 IMG_9878 sumac ! IMG_9879 IMG_9880 repairing the colombage IMG_9881 IMG_9882 La Tour de César - 12th century -unusual octagonal base IMG_9883 Eglise St Quiriace IMG_9884 IMG_9885
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