Photographer's Note

Place Saint André, an other view of the public square, this side is opposite to the first two previous ones.


The most historic square in the city, flanked by the former Palace of the Dauphins dating back to the Middle Ages.
After the Dauphiné was handed over to France in 1349, Dauphin Louis II created the Dauphiné Parliament in 1453.
The present building, dating from the 16th-19th centuries, has housed the law courts since 1789.
Opposite is the 13th century Collegiate Church of St André, its bell-tower overlooks the café terraces. It was formerly the private chapel of the Dauphins.
The 19th century statue by Raggi was erected in homage to Bayard, the "fearless and blameless knight".
The Table Ronde Café, opened in 1739, is the second oldest in France.

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