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La Mairie, La-Haye-de-Routot

This morning, just a few photos at the Mairie (town hall) in La-Haye-De-Routot, a small town in Normandy, famous for its shoe museum and tiny Chapelle de Sainte Anne, which is carved into a 1500-year old yew tree. I’m pretty sure the town hall in this village with only 280 inhabitants is now a guest house, but whatever the case, it was really beautiful. I have more photos from the village, which I will post later (in the week, month, whenever.)

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2 comments on “La Mairie, La-Haye-de-Routot

  1. A handful
    February 26, 2016

    Yes. Of course. It’s spring over there I had forgotten.

  2. There_Lot
    February 27, 2016

    The attention to detail in that building is amazing. And it is spring! Beautiful.

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