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Built in the XIV century, Nolay hall has remained perfectly preserved! Come and see its four sided roof covered with heavy limestones (600 to 800kg per m2) and its sturdy wood pillars! In 1900, the hall hosted four big yearly fairs and a market twice a week. Nowadays, there is still one market a week as well as festivals and events.

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