Restored for the first time since the 1640s, 371 years after the death of the original client, the
cardinal duc Armand-Jean,
the town's market halle nears re-completion.
Modern regulations for food handling require a glass screen behind the restored railings,
but otherwise the structure is now historically impeccable - no expense has been spared.
A quality project - Bravo Hervé and his artisans!
Next restoration in 2384.
|the official invitation to the opening|
|the gate to the place du Marché|
|the glass screens are added behind the restored railings|
|'new railings for old'; the old railings fully restored.|
|bronze glass clamps|
|copper guttering and rainwater downpipes...wow!|