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Rue Daguerre, Agnes Varda, and North African shopkeepers

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We recently watched Agnes Varda's brilliant and loving documentary on her own neighborhood, "Daguerotypes", about the people of the Rue Daguerre in 1975.

There was a wonderful North African shopkeeper from Djerba, in Tunisia, if I recall correctly.

I also remember reading, perhaps here, that so many North African shopkeepers in Paris came from the same town that some people called their litttle shops "__________ shops".

Can anyone fill in the blank?

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