Fedrun

One of the strangest villages in the Briere is that of Fedrun, perched on a small island in the midst of the marsh. The houses are built on the highest land, which never floods, with the villagers’ vegetable gardens on a levee that floods periodically. A canal runs around the village like others would have a ringroad, and many villagers still use a chaland - a flat bottomed boat - to get around the area.




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