Le Lavoir

By: Louk Vreeswijk

Oct 03 2021

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Category: Europe, France

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When in last week’s post I declared my love for the old villages in the south of France, with “Vers-Pont-du-Gard” as example, I didn’t mention the old communal washing-places. Before the invention of the washing-machine you could find them all over, not just in France.
In many towns and villages they have been preserved as historical monuments. Now there may be a serene silence, till well in last century they were teeming with life of the women meeting there when doing their laundry.

Brogi, Carlo (1850-1925)-San Remo-Popolane al lavatojo

Photo of the week: Le Lavoir at Vers-Pont-du-Gard, France 2020

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