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  • 1 Cathédrale St-Cyr-et-Ste-Julitte Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    r. du Cloître-St-Cyr F - 58000 Nevers

    Scattered with buttresses, pillars, flying buttresses and pinnacles, the building has some lovely portals and a 52-metre-high square tower. Inside, there is a wide nave and a 16C clock. The 12C fresco is on the Romanesque apse with a caul-de four vau..

  • 2 Palais Ducal, Nevers Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville F - 58000 Nevers

    This wonderful example of early Renaissance architecture was the home of the dukes of Nevers. Building began in the 15C by Jean de Clamecy, the Count of Nevers, who had tired of the fortress that stood where the town hall now is. The palace was embel..

  • 3 Frédéric-Blandin Ceramic Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    16 r. St-Genest F - 58000 Nevers

    The entirely restored and extended Musée de la Faïence Frédéric-Blandin is housed in the premises of the old Abbaye Notre Dame. The museum's collections are showcased through a fine selection of emblematic works, such as Virgin and Child. The remarka..

  • 4 Porte du Croux Interesting

    Museums and art

    rte Porte-du-Croux F - 58000 Nevers

    This beautiful tower with machicolation and corbelled turrets is a ruin from the fortifications of Nevers. It was built in 1393 and today houses the Nivers Archaeological Museum, with its antique and Romanesque sculptures.

  • 5 St Étienne Church, Nevers Interesting

    Religious buildings

    33 r. St-Etienne F - 58000 Nevers

    This church was built from 1063 to 1097 on the initiative of the Count of Nevers, Guillaume Ier. It has an elegant chevet and luxurious interiors, thanks to the golden tone of the stone used. A fine example of Romanesque art.

  • 6 Espace Bernadette

    Museums and art

    34 r. St-Gildard F - 58000 Nevers

    Motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity of Nevers, St Gildard's is home to the International Pilgrimage Centre, the International Research and Resource Centre for Humanitarian Causes (CIRRH), as well as a museum space dedicated to the spiritual works o..

  • 7 Nevers Law Courts

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place du Palais F - 58000 Nevers

    The law courts are housed in the 18C former bishop's palace near the cathedral.

  • 8 St Mary's Chapel, Nevers

    Religious buildings

    r. St-Martin F - 58000 Nevers

    This chapel was part of a Visitadine convent. The façade is loaded with ornamentation and is in the Italian Baroque style - niches, entablature, columns and pilasters. Built in the time of Louis XIII, by Jean Collignon.

  • 9 Promenade des Remparts (Nevers)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Promenade des Remparts F - 58000 Nevers

    From the Porte du Croux to the Loire, these remparts were built by Pierre de Courtenay in the 12C and rebuilt in the 15C. You can take a lovely walk along the Quai des Mariniers, giving a view over the Loire bridge.

  • 10 Église Ste-Bernadette-du-Banlay

    Religious buildings

    r. du Banlay F - 58000 Nevers

    Built in 1966 by Claude Parent, founder of modernism in architecture, this church looks like a blockhaus from the outside. Inside, the light on the concave nave gives the building a great sense of space, seemingly inspired by Cistercian churches.

  • 11 Nevers-Magny-Cours Circuit

    Nature and gardens

    Technopole F - 58470 Magny-Cours

    Inaugurated in 1961, the Nevers-Magny-Cours car and motorcycle circuit can accommodate 110 000 spectators, and hosts numerous competitions such as the French Motorcycle Grand Prix. The enclosure also counts the Piste Club (initiation to Formule 3 and..

  • 12 Ligier F1 Museum

    Museums and art

    F - 58000 Nevers

    The Ligier F1 Museum exhibits cars which marked the history of the Ligier stable also known as the "blue stable". The models are all stamped with the initials JS in memory of Jo Schlesser, who died on the Essarts Circuit (Rouen). Some items..

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