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Bordeaux - Place de la Bourse
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C'est l'ancienne Place Royale devenue depuis "Place de la Bourse". L'architecte Ange-Jacques Gabriel, commence les traveaux de cet ensemble en 1728. Plus tard, la fontaine aux "Trois Grâces" remplacera la statue équestre de Louis XV.

La Place de la Bourse est ouverte sur les quais et la Garonne.

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Copyright: Patrick besse
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