St-Ouen


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St.-Ouen

(sɛ̃ˈtwɑ̃)

n.
a suburb of Paris in N France. 52,000.
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Marche aux Puces de St-Ouen is the best flea market of its kind.
One which will take you from the world's oldest and biggest flea markets of St-Ouen to those of Vanves.
On the other hand, in relation to the choir clerestory, the comparisons with St-Ouen and Konigsfelden underline stylistic differences; the continental figures are far more dramatically posed and volumetric, and nothing comparable to the perspectival socles of others of the Rouenais figures is to be seen at Wells.
l Paris (below): Marche aux Puces in the Puces de St-Ouen area.
Guillaume Mesard was a secretary of d'Estouteville and his vicar general at the abbey of St-Ouen, Rouen from 1460.