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It was the political and economic hub of the city, which has kept its former arcades and was once the place for merchants. On the first arch, the oldest one (13th century), a commemorative plaque recalls the name given to the Place des Vosges in Paris. Opposite the arcades around the place, don’t miss the house of Renaissance style called Maison du Bailly. It was built in 1604 by a rich paper-maker and now houses an art gallery on the ground-floor. Then take a look at the building, dated 1904, in which there is a drugstore. It symbolizes the Art nouveau style on the place.