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The Saturday market at Sommières…..

This morning we went to the Saturday market at Sommieres. The town has a Roman Bridge that is still in use today and, though beautiful, has had a huge problem with flooding from the river, over the years.

When we visit here we usually visit the Market in Uzes. This one in Sommieres, is bigger, less crowded and covers a wider area.

I wonder if French people realise just what wonderful traditions and culture and they have. I’m sure most do. It should be treasured and clung on to.

The centre of the town was full of smells from the market, olives, spices, vegetables, roasting chickens, fruit…..all melting together in a thoroughly agreeable effluvia!

Rob Little
Driver / Tour Guide
LETS tour England !

Showing the height of the flood in various years

They keep the name of the old shop – the horse butcher!

Mmmmmmmmm smells nice !

Paint peeling on the shutters

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