The Halls

The first stone of Laferté halls was laid August 20, 1833, instead of the old church. The plans were designed by the architect Silvestre Son. The mayor that laid the stone was Hubert WAUTHIER, notary of Laferté. Shaped horseshoe, open to the street, the halls have a nice set of 17 square columns. Some have been bricked up to build a local for the firefighters and a reserve. The halls house the Town Post office, the local Fire Brigade Volunteers and garage equipment for firefighters (truck, pump ...) They were no longer used except for some specific events such as July 14 prom, a flea market ...
A weekly market is held on Thursday between 4:30 and 6:30 PM, reviving the original destination of the place!
The Halls at spring time, photo hch.