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La Halle Aux Grains d'Auvilar, Auvillar

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  • not to be missed, especially on Sunday mornings for the small market! very nice set building in value not only by the authorities but also by traders who are held there.
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  • All market, built in 1824g, at the time of our arrival didn't work, so just pofotografirovalis' on his background. Very recommend to reach the rocky shore of the Garonne (100 m). What a lovely views! But even 200 years ago Auvillars was a major port that served up to 3000 vessels per year. Now resemble anchor municipality building opposite the market. And loaded on to passing vessels famous ovillarskuju ceramics and goose feathers for writing. The city flourished. Now you can enjoy a leisurely, calm and relaxing pace of life, admire the brick building Center, taste the local ice cream and coffee. Great place for a three-hour stop. So much so that the town is located close to the Bordeaux-Toulouse. By the way, Auvillars is included in the "Association of the most beautiful villages of France". There is for that.
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  • Its circular shape gives this grain market its originality and in fact with the clock tower, the image of this charming little village ranked among the most beautiful villages of France. Like the Church Saint-Pierre, dating from 1831 grain market is classified as historical Monument. Twenty other buildings in the village are also registered to the list without however to be classified. A village which deserves a visit you will not regret. A guided tour will tell you more on the functioning of the Hall to the grain
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