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That spot in the city is now known as Old Town, known worldwide for its red buildings with turf roofs and cobblestone streets.
The Square itself is a cutout of cobblestones from outside the museum that has been transferred to a gallery inside; an artist’s statement says that the piece is a space of mutual care and equal rights.
Many say that more than just the cobblestones remain; the spirits of the Ripper's victims do as well.
The Hôtel Le St-James Housed in an 1870 building that was once the Mercantile Bank of Canada, the Hôtel Le St-James is located among the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal.
After passing through the arch from Lombard Street, footsteps on the cobblestones echo off the brick walls as long shadows are cast by the occasional streetlamp.
And showgoers that spotted the alternative R&B chanteuse at fashion month, from front row at Raf Simon's Calvin Klein collection in New York to outside the Chloé show on the cobblestone streets of Paris, would agree.
This stunning port city is full of historic architecture, cobblestone streets, and unbelievable waterfront views.
The driveway, walks and courtyard are built from cobblestones from a road in St. Tropez.
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Origin and Etymology of cobblestone
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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