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“Cobblestone” is derived from the very old English word “cob”, which had a wide range of meanings, one of which was “rounded lump” with overtones of large size. “Cobble”, which appeared in the 15th century, simply added the diminutive suffix “le” to “cob”, and meant a small stone rounded by the flow of water; essentially, a large pebble. It was these smooth “cobbles”, gathered from stream beds, that paved the first “cobblestone” streets. Photo Mark Lawrence
Cobble Stone Street
bikes, window boxes and flowers, all on a cobblestone street.
cobble stone street at night
I love walking through old cobble stone streets!
i definetly want a cobble stone drive way when i grow up
The cobble stone streets of Eze, France
cobble stone | love the colors here...looks like a mosaic
Love the cobble stone!
Cobble stone streets of Altos de Chavon in La Romana, Dominican Republic.
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Gas Lights and Cobble Stone
Blue shutters over cobbled stone streets in Antibes, France.