Photographer's Note

The street of Jerzual climbs port towards the center of Dinan. It was the center enormous to and from of a whole community during many centuries. It is a narrow inclined street very strong crossed as well by the inhabitants of Dinan, Artisans, merchants, churls, middle-class man as by a whole crowd of itinerants who joined either St-Malo, or the East while the carriage stuffed of food, fabrics, fabrics assembled and descended this street in a rather perilous way. The construction of the viaduct in 1852, was the end of this thousand-year-old traffic, the houses started to fall in ruins and nothing let think that this street was the center of an enormous traffic. One must to the local councillors, the restoration of this street of Jerzual like that of Small-Extremely, where many artisants is found now working wood, glass, like good of other specialities. It is traversed nowadays by many tourists who do not cease perspiring at the time of this spectacular and unforgettable rise.

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Additional Photos by Martine Marche (Marche) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 765 W: 67 N: 1080] (4307)
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