This narrow street, the beginning of the assault on the Mount, is flanked by 15 and 16C houses with evocative names from the medieval Ages. Some are legendary addresses (Mother Poulard who sent the omelette all round the world) and many souvenir stalls dot this street, which is invaded by a dense polyglot crowd of which, for some people, seem to evoke the meetings of pilgrims from yesteryear.
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