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A staircase in rue Saint-Eloi

The balustrade staircase | / CC-BY-NC-SA
Street District Rue Saint-Eloi in Orléans

Saint-Eloi street is a very old way from Orléans' first medieval wall.

It was named after a church, Saint-Eloi, located at numbers 8 bis and 10 (it was destroyed during the French Revolution).

At number 1, look! Beautiful stairs with a wooden balustrade. This building's two storeys façade has a nice pattern made of leaves, on the windows.

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