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  • 1 Stendhal school

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1B place Jean-Achard

    The school was the former Jesuits' college. The walls and ceiling of the main staircase form an extraordinary sundial representing thirteen calendars. It tells the time in the twelve towns where the company of Jesus was located at the time.

  • A fine collection of music boxes and astonishing automats, including a vibrant homage to the canard de Vaucanson (duck of Vaucanson, an automat created by a mechanic from Grenoble in the 18C) with a modern replica made by Frédéric Vidoni. This museum..

  • 3 Grenoble Natural History Museum

    Museums and art

    1 rue Dolomieu

    The museum has one of the largest collections of minerals and fossils in France, as well as a fine gallery of stuffed animals set up in their natural habitat. There are aquariums on the ground floor ("Salles des Eaux Vives").

  • The Regional Contemporary Art Foundation (FRAC) puts on temporary exhibitions of contemporary art in this famous Magasin, an industrial building made by the Eiffel workshops in 1900.

  • 5 Grenoble Town hall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    11 boulevard Jean-Pain

    The town hall was built by Maurice Novarina in the centre of Paul Mistral Park and was inaugurated for the 1968 Winter Olympics which created an opportunity to transform the city: the building is horizontal, relieved in the middle by a vast, square p..

  • 6 Maison de la Culture de Grenoble (MC2)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    15 rue Colibris

    Set on thin pillars with cylindrical and cubic superimposed volumes, the black of the superstructure forms a contrast with the light colour of the rest of the building.

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