Things to see and do - Meaux
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Meaux Travel guide
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An agricultural market centre amid the Multien wheat plains and green countryside of the Brie region, between two small rivers known as the «Morins», the city was part of the lands owned by the Counts of Champagne. It is now a «middle-sized city» in the throes of expansion. It has many historic connections with the great preacher, Jacques Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704), famous for his funeral orations and the city's bishop from 1682 to 1704.
Tourist attractions Meaux : Things to see and do
pl. Charles-de-Gaulle F - 77100 Meaux
Built between the 12 and 16C, the cathedral is a detailed example of the evolution of Gothic style. The interior is a contrast to the heavily eroded exterior. The height and brilliance of the nave and exceptional elevation of the twin side-aisles are..
Place Charles-de-Gaulle F - 77100 Meaux
It was thought to have been the chapter's tithe barn. The outer covered staircase dates from the Renaissance era. The ground floor, joined to the cathedral by a wooden gallery, is now used as the sacristy and an annexe gallery.
F - 77100 Meaux
Opening onto the watchpath is the 17C pavilion where Bossuet liked to be alone at night to meditate or write. A fine view of the garden, bishops' house and cathedral.
32, Avenue de la Victoire F - 77100 Meaux
33, boulevard du Chevalier Bayard F - 77100 Meaux
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Hôtel Confort – Meaux is located in Meaux, a 15-minute drive from Disneyland Resort Paris, and 800 metres from Parc Naturel du Pâtis and the Marne River. It offers free Wi-Fi access. Each room has simple decor and is equipped with a flat-screen TV w..
Place Jean Bureau F - 77100 Meaux
ibis Styles Meaux Centre is located in Meaux on the banks of the Marne River, just 10 minutes from Disneyland Paris. It offers soundproofed rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi internet access. All of the rooms have a private bathroom, overloo..