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Montreuil

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Montreuil or Montreuil-sur-Mer is an historic walled town in Nord-Pas de Calais in France. It is located on a hill, with the ramparts giving good views of the surrounding countyside. It is famous as the location that inspired Victor Hugo to write Les Miserables.

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Originally a stop on the main Paris to Calais road, the N1 now bypasses the town. If arriving via the A16 leave at exits 25 or 26.

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Walk along the ramparts that surround the town. Explore the cobbled streets and squares within the town.

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Shops are located around the market square, Place de General de Gaulle. Market on Saturday.

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