Borne Michelin

Traces du passé... une borne Michelin.
Bard-lès-Epoisses, Côte-d'Or (2019).

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    1. Yes, in France we also use the word "stop" on traffic signs. The correct french form would be "Arrêtez-vous" or "Arrêt".
      The word stop is used very commonly in french. It is used in situations other than on traffic signs. The word "stop" has a stronger sense of urgency than "arrêt". And it costs only 4 characters on a traffic sign :-)

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  2. A very old sign with names of towns, very sweet.

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    1. Yes, in France we also use the word "stop" on traffic signs. The correct french form would be "Arrêtez-vous" or "Arrêt".
      The word stop is used very commonly in french. It is used in situations other than on traffic signs. The word "stop" has a stronger sense of urgency than "arrêt". And it costs only 4 characters on a traffic sign :-)

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