The covered market was built from 1834 to 1836 on the site of the Grande-Boucherie, the town's first meat market. In 1893, side aisles were added to the central nave. On the other side of the square, facing the market, is a half-timbered house and the "Tout-yfaut" dead end, at the end of which opens a Renaissance mullioned window (fixed uprights dividing a bay with its compartment).
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