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Store
“Traditional covered market hall with a lovely atmosphere. Plenty of food and coffee stalls to watch proceedings from as well as a few fruit, vegetable, flower and other stalls to tempt you. ”
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Bar
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Koncertna dvorana
Molecular Gastronomy Restaurant
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“Bohemia & The Club Hotel offers a superb selection of private dining options, served with the same superlative quality and style as our Michelin starred, 4 Rosette restaurant Bohemia. ”
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Trg
“In 1995, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jersey's liberation from Nazi occupation, and thus 50 years of peace, a sculpture was erected in what is now called "Liberation Square", in front of the Pomme d'Or Hotel, the focal point for the celebrations when the island was liberated.”
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Establishment
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Jewelry Store
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Natural Feature
“The main port from France and UK. It is 11 minutes drive by car when there is no traffic.”
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Trg
“Until the end of the 18th century, the town consisted chiefly of a string of houses, shops and warehouses stretching along the coastal dunes either side of the Church of St Helier and the adjacent marketplace (since 1751, Royal Square). La Cohue (a Norman word for courthouse) stood on one side of the square, now rebuilt as the Royal Court and States Chamber (called collectively the States Building). The market cross in the centre of the square was pulled down at the Reformation, and the iron cage for holding prisoners was replaced by a prison gatehouse at the western edge of town. The statue of George II in the Royal Square is the zero milestone from which all distances in Jersey are measured. George II gave £200 towards the construction of a new harbour - previously boats would be beached on a falling tide and unloaded by cart across the sands. A statue of the king by John Cheere was erected in the square in 1751 in gratitude, and the market place was renamed Royal Square, although the name has remained Lé Vièr Marchi (the old market) to this day in Jèrriais. The Royal Square was also the scene of the Battle of Jersey on 6 January 1781, the last attempt by French forces to seize Jersey.”
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Hrana
“In the winter months this is an intimate and cosy haunt either for good food or drinks. In the summer it's a popular place to sit outside and watch the folk of St Helier.”
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park
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Restoran
“£ If 'Fish & Chips' is in your menu then look no further than the Seafish Cafe, located a few short yards around the corner from the bus station. Either eat in or takeaway, there is a licence cafe if you'd like to make a sit down meal of it. Fish freshly cooked for you, we don't think you will be disappointed.”
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