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Ancien hôtel particulier du marquis de Rachais (XVIIe siècle), l'édifice, racheté par la ville en 1771, est...
The garden was created more than a century ago due to the lack of green place in the city centre. Today it is still...
The 18th century heralded a period of economic revival for Vienne due to the establishment of textiles factories...
As early as the 12th Century, the bridge to cross the Gere's river. This affluent of the river river, already famous...
Pipet is the central hill of Vienne, build from the bottom with the cathedral to the top with the chapel dedicated to...
The pyramide is the only element left from the roman circus.
The theatre was built around 40 AD and is considered to be one of the largest theatres in Roman Antiquity with a...
Archaeological ruines were brought to light when the old hospital of Vienne was demolished. They probably came from...
This church is one of the oldest in France, dating from the 6th century. From its initial configuration it has...
Augustus Emperor maight authorized the construction of a 7 km-long-road rampart in the 1st century AC. with an...
The simplicity and architectural beauty of this former butchers’ market with its vaulted room made it a perfect...
The pyramide is the only element left from the roman circus.
The size of the cathedral is a clear testimony of the importance of the Archbishops in Vienne who where as well the...
Commonly known as Pillory House, the single wood-sidded house built in the 15th Century supports on the oldest...
As an old priory where a community of canoness settled, this Church is not directly attached to Vienne, it's only...
After, or before you visit the main attractions of the Vienne region, it is a good idea to visit the permanent...
Following the destruction by fire of the Saint-Maurice Cathedral's north tower in 1567, Consuls decided to build the...
Classified as a historical monument in 1926, the ruin belonged to a fortified castle built during the 13th century by...
Founded at the 15th Century by Canons (Claude Virieu and his sister Jeanne, the monument could link with one of th...
The pyramide is the only element left from the roman circus.
Located on the first floor of the old grain storage, this upper level was added to house a fine art museum in the...
These two buildings were once part of a wealthy abbey, founded in the 6th century. Brighten up from the 11th century,...
With a capacity of 3000 places, a secondary roman theatre, the "Odéon", a Latin stone theatre model is erected...
It was a place of worship constructed around 10BC and dedicated to Rome and Augustus. Built on the holy area of the...
Built in 1782, the theatre is listed Monument Historique. The organisation of the spectators’ room shaped as a...