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Le Nôtre's park is based on that familiar French royal combination of formality and romantic eccentricity. The former is represented...

Place du Marché-Notre-Dame

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This lively square in the heart of the Notre-Dame neighborhood is home to the largest market in the region, far outstripping anything...

Potager du Roi

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The King's Potager—a 6-acre, split-level fruit-and-vegetable garden—was created in 1683 by Jean-Baptiste de La Quintinye. Many rare...

Salle du Jeu de Paume

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On June 20, 1789, members of the Third Estate—the commoner's section of the three-part Estates General, which included nobles (First...


  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Exquisite 17th-century stained glass can be admired at the church of St-Aignan, around the corner from St-Pierre. ...


  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Gothic church of St-Pierre, near the Eure River, has magnificent medieval windows from a period not represented at the cathedral.

Tour Montjoie

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At 50 feet high with all four walls intact, this imposing tower is one of the best examples of a Romanesque castle keep in the region.

Voyage au Temps des Impressionnistes

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Set above split-level gardens, this 17th-century village château (also depicted by Van Gogh) now houses the Voyage au Temps des Impressionnistes...

Wagon de l'Armistice

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Off the road to Rethondes, the Wagon de l'Armistice is a replica of the one in which the World War I armistice was signed in 1918. In...

Église Saint-Maclou

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Built on a rocky promontory in the heights of the old town, this ancient church—a classified historic monument—dates to the 11th...