Photographer's Note

The Lices market is a market producer of artisan food and flower shops, held every Saturday morning at Rennes since 1622 for the first trace, and 1965 in its modern form. This is the third market of France, with 290 producers, traders and craftsmen non-producers, with attendance estimated at 10 000 visitors.

the butchers in the west hall (hall of butchers), caterers, cheese, cakes merchants between halls (Trinity Square), cheesemakers, bakers, artisans, gourmet snacks, confectionery, Asian Caterer in the hall is (Hall of producers), the fish on the slab of parking at the former location of the flag of Le Ray, gardeners and farmers producing fruits and vegetables throughout the square of the Strings and florists on the Square Baty's rally.

Although the majority of countries in Rennes, the sellers come from all over Britain to sell their products, and consist of 60% of farmers and artisans. The specialties of the country Rennes, as the pancake-sausage, melon or squirrel cuckoo Rennes are of course ubiquitous.

The market part of city life, it is not uncommon to come across musicians, funerals life unmarried candidates during elections, political happenings or petitioners, restaurateurs and chefs the region come to do their shopping. It is also common to find people offering kittens and hamsters, although this is prohibited. Tourists are also frequent visits to the market are sometimes organized in the summer by the Office of Tourism.

Theme The markets

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