AttractionsPerpignanLanguedocNear to Loge de Mer building
John I of Aragon endowed the business world of Perpignan very much dominated by maritime affairs with a consulate of the sea. The first Loge de la Mer ("lodge of the sea") did not see the light of day until 11 years later under the form of a Gothic construction built near the city hall on the Place de la Loge. The building was extended in 1540.In the 18th century, the premises housed a theatre then a staging post.Still the property of the city in 1841, the Loge de la Mer was taken over by the Café de France.The replica of the old weather-vane, a vessel representing the maritime trade, still bears witness to its first function.
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