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  • 1 St-Maurice's Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    pl. St-Maurice F - 38200 Vienne

    Built from the 12C to the 16C, it brings together Romanesque and Gothic elements. Its facade, with its three portals, offers precious flamboyant finery. Inside, it has a big and luminous three aisle nave, without a transept. Do not miss the Roman col..

  • 2 Temple of Auguste and Livie Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    pl. du Palais F - 38200 Vienne

    Dedicated to Auguste and his wife Livie, this temple looks like a copy the Maison Carrée in Nîmes. Its facade, made up of a row of six columns which support the entablature, dominated the Forum. It was transformed into a church in the Middle Ages. Dd..

  • 3 Church and Cloister of St-André-le-Bas Interesting

    Religious buildings

    1 pl. du Jeu-de-Paume F - 38200 Vienne

    Masterpiece of Romanesque art which formed part of an abbey founded in the 6C, it dates from the 12C and consists of one aisle with a circular cul-de-four apse. Do not miss, the colourful sculptures of fluted pilasters attributed to Guillaume Martin ..

  • 4 Roman theatre Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    r. du Cirque F - 38200 Vienne

    Discovered in 1922, it is one of the biggest of the Gallo-Roman period. 11 000 spectators could sit down on the 46 tier rows situated over a series of well-kept arched galleries, and which crowned a temple. Notice a copy of a wonderful animal frieze ..

  • 5 The Old Church of St-Peter Interesting

    Religious buildings

    pl. St-Pierre F - 38200 Vienne

    One of France's oldest Christian buildings (5C) with a basilican map and a big and well constructed nave. Beautiful Romanesque church tower and a magnificently sculptured South portal (splendid statue of Saint Peter). Today, the sanctuary is a lapida..

  • 6 Church of St-André-le-Haut

    Religious buildings

    r. St-André-le-Haut F - 38200 Vienne

    Former chapel which belonged to the Jesuits college. It displays, according to the rule, a beautiful Baroque facade.

  • 7 Fine Arts and Archaeological Museum

    Museums and art

    pl. Miremont F - 38200 Vienne

    Located in a 19C covered market, it gathers collections of prehistoric antiques (beautiful Roman silverware discovered in 1984 at C-Jouffray Square), 18C French earthenware, paintings from Europe, and from the Lyons, Vienne and Dauphine Schools.

  • 8 Pyramid

    Archaeological and historical sites

    bd Fernand-Point F - 38200 Vienne

    It is not Pontius Pilate's tomb as it was believed for a long time! Twenty meters high, it decorated the central platform of Vienne's amphitheatre during the 4C.

  • 9 St-Martin's Church

    Religious buildings

    5 pl. St-Martin F - 38200 Vienne

    This church is decorated with frescos of the Symbolist artist Maurice Denis. It has kept an old and beautiful wooden sculpture of Christ.

  • 10 Mount Pipet

    Nature and gardens

    r. Pipet F - 38200 Vienne

    From the esplanade set out in front of the Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette chapel, there is a remarkable view of the town and the magnificent nave of St-Maurice.

  • 11 Archaeological Gardens of Cybèle

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Rue Chantelouve F - 38200 Vienne

    A garden where youngsters will have fun playing while adults discover Gallo-Roman remains in an timeless setting. A portico, once part of the thermal baths or the wall of the theatre.

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