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Medieval square, laid out during the reign of Henry IV in the middle of the 16th century.
The territory of the square is a fairly wide pedestrian zone, on the sides of which houses were built.
The fame of this square was brought by the art exhibitions held here during the holidays of the Trinity. The first exhibition took place in the 18th century, at the very beginning. For some time, the exhibitions were not very popular, since few people were interested in the work of novice artists, but over time, the annual exhibition was turned into a real painting holiday. The exhibition was banned after the Great Revolution.
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