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  • 1 Place Saint Martin

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. St-Martin F - 14000 Caen

    The statue of the High Constable Bertrand du Guesclin dominates this square. There is an interesting view over Saint Etienne and its twin towers.

  • 2 Rue du Vaugueux

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue du Vaugueux F - 14000 Caen

    This street only used by pedestrians has recovered its cachet of yesteryear. Its old pavement, its stone or half-timbered houses, its echoes, all make it a place for a pleasant walk.

  • 3 Place de la Republique

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. de la République F - 14000 Caen

    This square, in the pedestrianised area, has been embellished with a public garden. Surrounded by attractive Louis XIII houses (like the Daumesnil house at nos. 25-25) it is also flanked by the modern Prefecture building. In a recess, Notre-Dame-de-l..

  • 4 Saint-Julien's Church

    Religious buildings

    1 Rue Malfilatre F - 14000 Caen

    The old church destroyed in 1944, was replaced by this modern construction in 1958. The sanctuary wall with an elliptical plan, forms a cames where the days make up the many sides of an immense sombre stained glass window.

  • 5 Rue Saint Pierre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue St-Pierre F - 14000 Caen

    Busy and lively thoroughfare. It has two of the rare half-timbered houses which remain in Caen (nos. 52 and 54): they date from the start of the 16 C. Their decoration which is still in the Gothic style (sculptures, statues of the Saints) integrates ..

  • 6 Place St-Sauveur

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. St-Sauveur F - 14000 Caen

    This offers an attractive group of 18 C houses, in the middle Louis XIV plays at Roman emperors with an imperturbable seriousness. Further up, on the right, you will note the remnants of the old St Saviour's church destroyed in 1944.

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