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  • 1 St Louis Royal Chapel Interesting

    Religious buildings

    2 sq. d'Aumale F - 28100 Dreux

    Originally built as of 1816 by the widow of Philippe Égalité, then extended by Louis-Philippe, it honours 19C architecture by its quality and contributions by artists of merit. Notice the five stained-glass windows by the Sèvres factory. The main cry..

  • 2 Dreux Belfry Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2 r. Châteaudun F - 28100 Dreux

    The most decorative part of this belfry, built between 1512 and 1537 by Clément Métézeau, is flamboyant in style; its windows are framed with pilasters crowned by a frieze, turrets and a lantern.

  • 3 Marcel Dessal Museum of Art and History

    Museums and art

    pl. du Musée F - 28100 Dreux

    Housed in a neo-Romanesque chapel, the museum has works by Claude Monet, Vlaminck, Montézin and Le Sidaner, a room with local archeological exhibits and a collection of documents evoking the past history of Dreux and the region from the Middle Ages t..

  • 4 Church of St Peter of Dreux

    Religious buildings

    40 Place Métézeau F - 28100 Dreux

    Built in the early 13C, the church was partly destroyed during the Hundred Years' War and modified considerably from the 15 to the 17C. Inside, are fine 15 and 16C windows in the side chapels and a font carved out of a capital.

  • 5 Place Métézeau

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place Métézeau F - 28100 Dreux

    This square named after Clément Métézeau (1581-1652), the architect who designed the belfry, is the centre of a pleasant semi-pedestrianised area that is ideal for a stroll.

  • 6 Rue Maurice-Viollette

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue Maurice-Viollette F - 28100 Dreux

    One of the town's liveliest streets (particularly on market days) and once the town's main thoroughfare, this street has two timber-framed houses, their overhanging upper storeys supporting one another by beams.

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