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Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers), Avignon

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Stroll along Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers), a picturesque cobblestone street in Avignon. This once was the site of silk and textile industries, whose patterns were heavily influenced by Indian designs. Today, you can stop in several stores filled with local crafts and other wares. The shade trees lining the street make for a pleasant excursion. Plan your Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers) visit and explore what else you can see and do in Avignon using our Avignon family vacation planner.
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  • Is is of the street where worked which is dedicated to the trade of tint of colors them parts of clothing that is produced in them looms adjacent to the channel of water that crosses all this charming alley, full of corners charming and nice restaurants and bars. Den a walk by a place where is appreciated the charm of the small things. The channel is full of old mill-wheels making with the force of the water run the gears of the looms located within warehouses and factories that they were next door consstruidos, it is a short walk before you go to the modern Avignon core and follow the wonderful medieval Palais set des Papes for which are already well needed well a couple of hours of visit.
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  • This street is essential during the festival and this regardless of the time of day. The atmosphere, the architecture, the paved in pebbles of the Rhône, the water mill carry you at the time of the Hussar on the roof which scenes were shot in this setting.
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  • It is one of the oldest streets of Avignon. Street of dyers, nicknamed the street of impeller, takes its name from the intense industrial activity related to textiles that flourished between the 14th and 19th centuries. The street and the neighborhood of dyers embody them alone most of the history of the popular life of Avignon. You can discover: the old convent of the Cordeliers, the chapel of the Penitents gray, open to the visit, the room Benedict XII, home of the famous naturalist Jean Henri Fabre, the enigmatic House of IV of figure at the corner of the street Pketh Puy...
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