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Robin's eclectic salon is in good company on rue Bachaumont in Paris, a quiet cobblestone street filled with some of the best under-the-radar boutiques and cafes in the city.
Ancient dolphins and whales swam over what would become Charleston's cobblestone streets.
With centuries-old gabled buildings lining a web of canals and cobblestone streets, the vibe is quintessential old-world Europe.
Running in the Old City was very challenging with its cobblestone streets.
At dusk Tuesday, thousands of demonstrators packed a cobblestone street at the Lions Gate entrance to the holy plaza, opposite police in riot gear clutching machine guns.
Maybe the idea of doing a lot of walking uphill on cobblestones is not your ideal vacation.
The little car skittered and slid over the cobblestones in a way that was possibly illegal and probably unsafe — but so much fun.
My son can take his nap in the travel stroller bouncing down cobblestone streets to the soothing sounds of ambulances speeding by, in my lap on the plane, next to me on the train, or really anywhere.
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Origin and Etymology of cobblestone
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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