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Trouville : a famous fishing port
In 1825 Trouville was a modest fishing port organized around 5 oyster beds.
In 1847 the town expanded to include Hennequeville, a neighbouring fishing village. Trouville became famous thanks to the artists and writers who came here, as well as rich, influential visitors who invested in new buildings.
The 19th century development of the town is still visible in a labyrinth of winding streets and blind alleys, lined with tall narrow houses, often in red and white bricks from local brickyards.