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Parrots and cobblestones blend seamlessly with modern convenience.
According to Trulia, the 27-foot-wide townhouse set on an idyllic Tribeca cobblestone street was renovated by architect and designer Leopoldo Rosati in 2011.
Getting Around The island is ideal for cyclists, with more than 29 miles of bike paths and cyclist-friendly roadways, though fair warning: The town’s cobblestones do get very bumpy.
Hilly Lisbon has some of the most slippery cobblestone sidewalks known to man.
A dozen years later, Wismar is thriving, with a demand for new schools, tourists thronging the cobblestone market square and hundreds of new jobs expected next year when a cruise-ship builder moves into town.
Across the street's blue cobblestones, at La Sombrilla Rosa bar, conversation is light but lively.
Many say that more than just the cobblestones remain
Venice counts a bounty of charming sites among its cobblestone streets and historic canals, but none more famous than the Piazza San Marco.
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Origin and Etymology of cobblestone
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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