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Delightful apartment with stunning views over the old basin - LE CARRE

Antoine Domin

Member since: 1994
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Sleeps2
Bedrooms 1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 2 - 7 nights

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Delightful apartment with stunning views over the old basin - LE CARRE

Sleeps2
Bedrooms 1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 2 - 7 nights

Overview

Honfleur Apartment Rental Photos and Description

Located in the heart of the historical and tourist center of Honfleur

Ideal for a romantic getaway! Change of scenery ... Honfleur is the ideal starting point for discovering great Norman villages nestled in their green setting, between sea and countryside.

Everyone can find what they are looking in Honfleur: tranquility, beauty, aesthetics, painting, music, literature, humor, history or just find pleasure in the ride in the middle of Honfleur which make the city every day and preserve his soul. Come and enjoy with us a real lifestyle.

Due to its preserved setting, Honfleur is often featured in television reports annually its old streets and picturesque docks are invested by the shooting of historical films and it is not uncommon to see very famous comedians family the terrace of one of the many harbor cafés.

The historic city center is particularly remarkable, but the immediate vicinity of Honfleur are also exceptional: we offer you the apartment cards 18 walks allowing you to discover in a few minutes dream properties, views on the sea and all the estuary of the Seine and sunken lanes or you will feel alone as out of time.

Tip: these circuits are particularly propistes to mountain biking.

The small maritime city invites you to discover its picturesque streets and old houses in the heart of a conservation area of ​​37 hectares created in 1974.

At the time fishing port, commerce and pleasure, the city has managed to preserve and enhance a rich historical and artistic heritage.

Honfleur (formerly Honnefleu, viking origin of the name) is a city that documents mention from the eleventh century in which it appears then among the important towns of the Duchy of Normandy. Its privileged location, estuary port and seaport gives it, in fact, many benefits and determines its dual mission: defending the royal river and the departure of the great adventures on the Ocean Sea.

City fortified by Charles V in the fourteenth century, it plays an important defensive role against the English during the Hundred Years War and actively participates in discovery of trips to the sixteenth and seventeenth, including the famous expedition of Samuel de Champlain in 1608, which led to the founding of Quebec ...

Honfleur The sailors then among the best in the kingdom and possess the rare brotherhood in their relationship to the famous Marco Polo. Charles VII write, moreover, that Honfleur has "the biggest and the best contribution of ships Country of Normandy."

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the port intensifies his business to Canada, the Caribbean, the African coast and the Azores. This is a very active center of pilots, owners, traders and even pirates. Among them, Pierre Berthelot, "Major pilot and cosmographer of the King of Portugal", became a monk under the name "Denis of the Nativity" and Jean-François Doublet, "an officer of the Royal" companion Dunkirk privateer Jean Bart.

In the early nineteenth century Honfleur becomes an exceptional artistic center: Eugène Boudin, a native of Honfleur, gathered around him many renowned artists such Dubourg, Monet, Jongkind, Baudelaire ...

Dating back over 1,000 years but incredibly preserved thanks to the creation in 1974 of a conservation area, Honfleur still holds the same fascination, especially the artists who are still very many to come capture the witnesses of its prestigious past historic and maritime.

This is the seventeenth century that we dismantle the fortifications, by order of Colbert built a tidal basin (now Old Dock) and stand the salt stores. In the eighteenth century, thanks to increased trade with the West Indies, the shipyards develop.

In the nineteenth century, Honfleur becomes an exceptional artistic center: Eugène Boudin, whose influence was decisive in the impressionist school, gathered around him many fellow artists, including Jongkind, Monet and the poet Charles Baudelaire. In the twentieth century, to protect the ancient city, there is provided a protected area

The city has its origins in the area, located behind the City Hall and including in particular the place Arthur Boudin and city street.

In the fourteenth century, to cope with the English invasion, the city is protected behind fortifications overlooking deep ditches which rattled like an island, which earned the pen name to this district.

Two suburbs extended from both sides sponsored by the St. Catherine and Saint-Léonard churches. L'Enclos hosted, among others, Notre Dame built in the twelfth century in the center of the present place Arthur Boudin, a cemetery, a hospital in the Rue Saint-Antoine, a manor, stalls, a prison.

These days remain in the old path of the king renamed the street of the city, the main street of the Enclosure, two of the three salt warehouses built in 1670. Most of the stones used in their construction from the ancient walls of the city. Their structures oak is the result of the work of marine carpenters of the time. These granaries allowed to store 10,000 tons of salt for the salt tax (special tax on the commodity), salt intended for fishing trips on cod banks of Newfoundland.

Both salt stores, classified as "Historic Monument" since 1916, owned by the city since 1952 and restored in the 1970s.

Today, prestigious buildings, they welcome every year many cultural events: exhibitions, concerts, shows, conferences and seminars.

St Catherine's district developed at the time of construction of the walls of the city. Maritime area, "seafarers" have left their mark. Their old timbered houses remain.

Dating from the second half of the fifteenth century, the Church of St. Catherine replaces an old stone church destroyed during the Hundred Years War. It was built by the inhabitants of the city after the British left. With so few resources, they use as a raw material, wood from the forest Touques and knowledge in shipbuilding.

It was built in several "campaigns". The first dates from 1460 with the construction of the first ship, the North. With population growth, a larger church became necessary with the construction in 1496 of the second nave.

In the early nineteenth century, the interior of the church was given a plaster dressing and a neoclassical Greek columns porch replaced the original porch. Major restoration work was undertaken from 1879, notably with the disappearance of the plasters of the nave and replacement by the current Greek porch porch in 1929.

Classified as "historical monument" in 1879, it has attracted the attention of many archaeologists and historians: it is the largest church in France built of wood with a separate bell tower.

The bell tower, sturdy oak construction is built on the ringer house. Annex Eugene Boudin Museum, he has visited and religious works (sculptures, souvenirs of Charities and the Chapel of Our Lady of Grace).

At the Vieux Bassin end stands the Lieutenancy, so called because the monument was used from the seventeenth century to house the King's Lieutenant. This is the only important vestige of the fortifications of the city, rebuilt over the centuries, especially in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. So it is difficult today to recognize in the footsteps of the fortified gate, called "Porte de Caen", who commanded the Middle Ages, the entrance of Honfleur fortress. However, looking closely, there are still traces of the two sides of tearing the old ramparts, which started from the Lieutenancy to surround the fortified city. These ramparts cut the current Old Basin, which was originally much narrower.

The door itself dates from the early seventeenth century. It is surmounted by a niche that contains a statue of the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of the Port) and flanked by two graceful corbelled turrets, decorated arms of the city. It was preceded by a drawbridge and defended to the north by a crenellated bastion which no longer exists.

With the Plateau is one of the oldest shrines in the region surrounded by ancient trees.

The Chapel of Our Lady of Grace built in 1600-1615 by the bourgeois and sailors of Honfleur replaces an old chapel disappeared in a landslide of the cliff. The original chapel was founded before the year 1023 by Richard II Duke of Normandy, to fulfill a vow made during a storm when he had almost perished. Since the cult of Our Lady of Grace has continued.

Marble slabs and boards perpetuate the memory of famous people come to this chapel Samuel De Champlain, Pierre Berthelot, Louis XIII, Bonaparte, Therese of Lisieux ...

Our Lady of Grace has exceptional votive offerings. All the faithful who come to pray at the shrine are entered and surprised by the impressive number plates, models or inscriptions which testify to the general gratitude. All these ex-votos have a history. Their presence symbolizes the success of a vow, recommendation, a prayer.

Of course the protection of marine holds a privileged place. But it can also include expressions of gratitude after cures or the performance of a happy event.

Each year, Pentecost is the traditional theater of the Marine Festival during which it is possible to admire the picturesque and colorful procession of ship models worn by children from the Place Sainte-Catherine to the chapel Notre Lady of Grace.

The chapel and flat

The historic city center is particularly remarkable, but the immediate vicinity of Honfleur are also exceptional: we offer you the apartment cards 18 walks allowing you to discover in a few minutes dream properties, views on the sea and all the estuary of the Seine and sunken lanes or you will feel alone as out of time.

Tip: these circuits are particularly propistes to mountain biking.

The small maritime city invites you to discover its picturesque streets and old houses in the heart of a conservation area of ​​37 hectares created in 1974.

At the time fishing port, commerce and pleasure, the city has managed to preserve and enhance a rich historical and artistic heritage.

Honfleur (formerly Honnefleu, viking origin of the name) is a city that documents mention from the eleventh century in which it appears then among the important towns of the Duchy of Normandy. Its privileged location, estuary port and seaport gives it, in fact, many benefits and determines its dual mission: defending the royal river and the departure of the great adventures on the Ocean Sea.

City fortified by Charles V in the fourteenth century, it plays an important defensive role against the English during the Hundred Years War and actively participates in discovery of trips to the sixteenth and seventeenth, including the famous expedition of Samuel de Champlain in 1608, which led to the founding of Quebec ...

Honfleur The sailors then among the best in the kingdom and possess the rare brotherhood in their relationship to the famous Marco Polo. Charles VII write, moreover, that Honfleur has "the biggest and the best contribution of ships Country of Normandy."

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the port intensifies his business to Canada, the Caribbean, the African coast and the Azores. This is a very active center of pilots, owners, traders and even pirates. Among them, Pierre Berthelot, "Major pilot and cosmographer of the King of Portugal", became a monk under the name "Denis of the Nativity" and Jean-François Doublet, "an officer of the Royal" companion Dunkirk privateer Jean Bart.

In the early nineteenth century Honfleur becomes an exceptional artistic center: Eugène Boudin, a native of Honfleur, gathered around him many renowned artists such Dubourg, Monet, Jongkind, Baudelaire ...

Dating back over 1,000 years but incredibly preserved thanks to the creation in 1974 of a conservation area, Honfleur still holds the same fascination, especially the artists who are still very many to come capture the witnesses of its prestigious past historic and maritime.

This is the seventeenth century that we dismantle the fortifications, by order of Colbert built a tidal basin (now Old Dock) and stand the salt stores. In the eighteenth century, thanks to increased trade with the West Indies, the shipyards develop.

In the nineteenth century, Honfleur becomes an exceptional artistic center: Eugène Boudin, whose influence was decisive in the impressionist school, gathered around him many fellow artists, including Jongkind, Monet and the poet Charles Baudelaire. In the twentieth century, to protect the ancient city, there is provided a protected area

The city has its origins in the area, located behind the City Hall and including in particular the place Arthur Boudin and city street.

In the fourteenth century, to cope with the English invasion, the city is protected behind fortifications overlooking deep ditches which rattled like an island, which earned the pen name to this district.

Two suburbs extended from both sides sponsored by the St. Catherine and Saint-Léonard churches. L'Enclos hosted, among others, Notre Dame built in the twelfth century in the center of the present place Arthur Boudin, a cemetery, a hospital in the Rue Saint-Antoine, a manor, stalls, a prison.

These days remain in the old path of the king renamed the street of the city, the main street of the Enclosure, two of the three salt warehouses built in 1670. Most of the stones used in their construction from the ancient walls of the city. Their structures oak is the result of the work of marine carpenters of the time. These granaries allowed to store 10,000 tons of salt for the salt tax (special tax on the commodity), salt intended for fishing trips on cod banks of Newfoundland.

Both salt stores, classified as "Historic Monument" since 1916, owned by the city since 1952 and restored in the 1970s.

Today, prestigious buildings, they welcome every year many cultural events: exhibitions, concerts, shows, conferences and seminars.

St Catherine's district developed at the time of construction of the walls of the city. Maritime area, "seafarers" have left their mark. Their old timbered houses remain.

Dating from the second half of the fifteenth century, the Church of St. Catherine replaces an old stone church destroyed during the Hundred Years War. It was built by the inhabitants of the city after the British left. With so few resources, they use as a raw material, wood from the forest Touques and knowledge in shipbuilding.

It was built in several "campaigns". The first dates from 1460 with the construction of the first ship, the North. With population growth, a larger church became necessary with the construction in 1496 of the second nave.

In the early nineteenth century, the interior of the church was given a plaster dressing and a neoclassical Greek columns porch replaced the original porch. Major restoration work was undertaken from 1879, notably with the disappearance of the plasters of the nave and replacement by the current Greek porch porch in 1929.

Classified as "historical monument" in 1879, it has attracted the attention of many archaeologists and historians: it is the largest church in France built of wood with a separate bell tower.

The bell tower, sturdy oak construction is built on the ringer house. Annex Eugene Boudin Museum, he has visited and religious works (sculptures, souvenirs of Charities and the Chapel of Our Lady of Grace).

At the Vieux Bassin end stands the Lieutenancy, so called because the monument was used from the seventeenth century to house the King's Lieutenant. This is the only important vestige of the fortifications of the city, rebuilt over the centuries, especially in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. So it is difficult today to recognize in the footsteps of the fortified gate, called "Porte de Caen", who commanded the Middle Ages, the entrance of Honfleur fortress. However, looking closely, you can still see traces on both sides of tearing the old ramparts, which

started from the Lieutenancy to surround the fortified city. These ramparts cut the current Old Basin, which was originally much narrower.

The door itself dates from the early seventeenth century. It is surmounted by a niche that contains a statue of the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of the Port) and flanked by two graceful corbelled turrets, decorated arms of the city. It was preceded by a drawbridge and defended to the north by a crenellated bastion which no longer exists.

With the Plateau is one of the oldest shrines in the region surrounded by ancient trees.

The Chapel of Our Lady of Grace built in 1600-1615 by the bourgeois and sailors of Honfleur replaces an old chapel disappeared in a landslide of the cliff. The original chapel was founded before the year 1023 by Richard II Duke of Normandy, to fulfill a vow made during a storm when he had almost perished. Since the cult of Our Lady of Grace has continued.

Marble slabs and boards perpetuate the memory of famous people come to this chapel Samuel De Champlain, Pierre Berthelot, Louis XIII, Bonaparte, Therese of Lisieux ...

Our Lady of Grace has exceptional votive offerings. All the faithful who come to pray at the shrine are entered and surprised by the impressive number plates, models or inscriptions which testify to the general gratitude. All these ex-votos have a history. Their presence symbolizes the success of a vow, recommendation, a prayer.

Of course the protection of marine holds a privileged place. But it can also include expressions of gratitude after cures or the performance of a happy event.

Each year, Pentecost is the traditional theater of the Marine Festival during which it is possible to admire the picturesque and colorful procession of ship models worn by children from the Place Sainte-Catherine to the chapel Notre Lady of Grace.

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Details for LE CARRE 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2

2nd floor Apartment for 2 people Beautifully designed and decorated in old rig cab. Ideal for a romantic getaway! Change of scenery ... This rental apartment favorite elected by Clévacances (French tourisms offices association) unanimity of our visitors: Its location: on the Vieux Bassin (the most beautiful of the conservation area) By its originality accompanied by seagulls, you'll like sailing without risk and without seasickness! By its equipment: on board: a dishwasher, Iphone station, a separate toilet, a bathroom (shower), a safe, an electric doorphone, etc ... By its marine decoration: Lighting, compass, telescope, compass, pistol, barometer, original collection of pirate etc ... For your convenience a small library (English and French) is available.
Suitability:
  • Low Allergen Environment
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Antoine Domin (Owner)
Member since: 1994
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Speaks: english, french
Response time:
Within 12 hours
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
May 23, 2015

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Bedrooms 1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 2 - 7 nights
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Reviews

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LE CARRE
average rating of 5.0 based on 6 reviews
5

Beau séjour en Normandie

  • 5 of 5

Vue sur le vieux bassin vraiment très agréable. Nous avons adoré cette décoration de qualité, un vrai dépaysement!

Merci Monsieur Domin pour votre accueil et votre confiance...

  • Submitted: Mar 16, 2015
  • Stayed: Mar 2015
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway
5

APPARTEMENT ET SEJOUR PARFAITS

  • 5 of 5

Séjour rendu parfait car logement avec vue exceptionnelle, bien conçu, très bien aménagé et équipé. Que dire ? Tout était pensé afin que notre séjour se déroule pour le mieux.

Le petit plus : accueil sympathique et chaleureux des propriétaires.

  • Submitted: Feb 13, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway
5

coup coeur pour l'appartement le carré

  • 5 of 5

appartement charmant, trés agréable et en plus avec une folie vue, que je conseil a tout les amoureux pour passé un moment inoubliable dans un jolie petit ville comme honfleur.

  • Submitted: Oct 6, 2012
  • Stayed: Oct 2012
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway
5

Séjour romantique à Honfleur

  • 5 of 5

Nous avons passé un merveilleux moment à Honfleur, c'est magique, c'est beau...

et nous avons été très bien accueillis par le propriétaire. Appartement impeccable et très original.

  • Submitted: Aug 25, 2012
  • Stayed: Jul 2012
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway
5

Super séjour en Normandie

  • 5 of 5

Location très agréable par sa décoration et surtout par son emplacement exceptionnel.Tout a été prévu dans cette cabine de bateau pour le confort des navigateurs!

Sommes arrivés à 2h du matin et avons été émerveillés de découvrir le vieux bassin tout illuminé ,l'appartement allumé ; la table mise et le lit dressé : c'était vraiment très beau...

Les propriétaires sont de vrais professionnels ayant le sens de l'accueil.

  • Submitted: Aug 25, 2012
  • Stayed: Aug 2012
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway
5

Séjour en août à honfleur

  • 5 of 5

Un très jolie appartement de charme avec une vue imprenable sur le vieux bassin!tres bien équipe et des fleurs sur la table à notre arrivée (tellement rare que nous le soulignons)

L accueil chaleureux et cordial se fait au restaurant du fils du propriétaire.

En résumé nous recommandons cette annonce

Christophe laurier

  • Submitted: Aug 20, 2012
  • Stayed: Aug 2012
  • Source: Abritel, from HomeAway

Map

Nearest Barpub
20 Metres
Nearest Golf
7 Kilometres
Nearest Train
14 Kilometres
Deauville
Nearest Motorway
1 Kilometres
Honfleur A29
Nearest Restaurant
20 Metres
Car: not necessary

Landing beach, Mont Saint-Michel, sea and Norman heritage. rental - apartment - Normandy - Honfleur - Côte Fleurie - Deauville -

In each apartment we offer walks, hikes, quality restaurants, visits, not to be missed in our region ...

If you want to start preparing your stay in Normandy:

http: // www. calvados-tourism. com /

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Rates & Availability

From €48 Per night

Honfleur Apartment Rental Rates

Rental Basis:
per property
Rental rates quoted in:
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Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly Event
 
MOYENNE
May 16 2015 - May 22 2015
2 night minimum stay
€65
From
€75
Fri,Sat
€335
 
 
TRES HAUTE
May 23 2015 - May 29 2015
2 night minimum stay
€65
From
€75
Fri,Sat,Sun
€404
 
 
MOYENNE
May 30 2015 - Jul 3 2015
2 night minimum stay
€65
From
€75
Fri,Sat
€335
 
 
TRES HAUTE
Jul 4 2015 - Aug 21 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
€404
 
 
HAUTE
Aug 22 2015 - Aug 28 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
€355
 
 
MOYENNE
Aug 29 2015 - Sep 25 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
€335
 
 
BASSE
Sep 26 2015 - Nov 27 2015
2 night minimum stay
€65
From
€75
Fri,Sat
€274
 
 
PROMO
Nov 28 2015 - Dec 18 2015
2 night minimum stay
€65
From
€75
Fri,Sat
€203
 
 
MOYENNE
Dec 19 2015 - Jan 1 2016
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
€335
 

Additional information about rental rates

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable damage deposit €300.00
Stay tax €0.75 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the owner upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 18 years.
Notes Notre activité est principalement la location à la semaine et nous privilégierons toujours ces demandes en priorité... Concernant les nuits et WE les prix affichés("à partir de") sont fournis à titre indicatif et sont susceptibles d'être refusés ou majorés en fonction de la date de réservation par rapport à la date du séjour désiré. Pour les mini séjours contactez nous, nous vous établirons immédiatement un devis mail personnalisé et définitif avec les modalités de réservation : arrivée le Vendredi à partir de 14h, départ le Dimanche jusqu'à 18h. Si vous pouvez vous libérer nous vous offrons la 3eme nuit (départ Lundi matin avant 10h).
Et au même prix : le mid-week : 4 nuits du Lundi 14h au Vendredi 10h.
Par exemple: Appel à partir du lundi 9h pour une arrivée à Honfleur le vendredi suivant 14h = 155euros pour un W.E. de 3 nuits, lit dressé et forfait ménage fin de séjour inclus!.

Nos locations semaine ont lieu du samedi 14h au samedi suivant 10h

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Amenities

Honfleur Apartment Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • apartment
  • floor 2
Building Type:
  • building
Meals:
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 24 m²
Location Type:
  • Downtown
  • Near The Ocean
  • Waterfront
Theme:
  • Historic
  • Romantic
General:
  • Activities Guide
  • Alarm Clock
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Local Maps
  • Local Restaurant Guide
  • Towels Provided
  • Wireless Internet
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker
  • Cooking Utensils
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchenette
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Toaster
Dining:
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 4 people
Bedrooms:
  • 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
  • Chambre 1 - 1 double
  • We're sure you'll love this sailboat cabin ... and landing you have all the shops nearby! Bed linen and towels can be specified in the contract. Free high speed WiFi connection in the apartment
Entertainment:
  • Books
  • Radio
  • Television
Outside:
  • Binoculars
Suitability:
  • Low Allergen Environment
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Attractions:
  • autumn foliage
  • bay/sound
  • botanical garden
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • museums
  • playground
  • restaurants
Leisure Activities:
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • bowling center
  • gambling casinos
  • horseback riding
  • outlet shopping
  • scenic drives
  • thalassotherapy
  • walking
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • mountain biking
  • pier fishing
  • sailing
  • sound/bay fishing
  • surf fishing
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • wind-surfing
Notes:
Free high speed WiFi connection in the apartment. Rent sheets and towels can be specified in the lease. Highchair and cot provided free of charge on request. Weekly rentals: are not provided, sheets, pillowcases, towels, washcloths, soap, shower gel. (Possible to predict in the contract - drawn bed for your arrival) Weekend rentals or night: everything is included.

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