This square was once a crossroads between Roman roads and owes its name to the Fish Market that once stood here. The old houses around the square make it a very picturesque place. You will find the house called «under the pillars»: above its Renaissance portico are flamboyant gothic bays and a niche. In the niche, see the statue of Saint Anne, the Virgin and Child. To the left, note the charming bowed house with its turret.
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