Revel's outstanding feature is its marketplace whose four arcaded sides face the splendid halle in the center of the square. It was originally erected in the fourteenth century, but the version that one sees today is a restoration in 1834 after a fire destroyed the building five years earlier. That part of the building extending above the tile roof accommodates a jail and the meeting place of the town government. Above its roof rises the cupola and a clock, added in 1843. More
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