Despite a certain lack of harmony, this street has preserved some interesting houses on the even number side, such as N°18 which has a superb arched corridor whose pointed arches "land" on sculpted lamp posts. At N°14, the house of Claude de Bourg, built in 1516 for a wealthy magistrate, is depicted by a highly floral façade and lavishly embellished ogee arches. The street ends at Saint-Paul square.
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