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Rue des Remparts
Switzerland
Rue des Remparts situated in the pedestrian area from the center of Sion in Switzerland. At the top of the mountains are nearby the constructions fortified of Valère and Tourbillon, a mix of churches and castles built between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries. In the area of Rue des Remparts, realize a weekly market, which provides direct contact between producers and artisans with consumers, thereby promoting the products of the region. This market takes place every Friday from 09h00 to 14h00 in winter and 08h00 to 14h00 in summer from.
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