9 Sights in Amiens, France (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Amiens, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Amiens, France.

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1. Amiens Cathedral

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The Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Amiens, or simply Amiens Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church. The cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Amiens. It is situated on a slight ridge overlooking the River Somme in Amiens, the administrative capital of the Picardy region of France, some 120 kilometres north of Paris.

Wikipedia: Amiens Cathedral (EN)

2. Église Saint-Germain-l'Ecossais

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The Church of Saint-Germain-l'Écossais is a Roman Catholic church in Amiens, France. It is, after the Cathedral of Notre-Dame d'Amiens and the church of Saint-Leu d'Amiens, the oldest church in the city. It has been deconsecrated and is currently closed to the public as it is dangerous. Restoration work will be undertaken in the coming years.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Germain-l'Écossais d'Amiens (FR)

3. Statue de Pierre l'Ermite

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Statue de Pierre l'Ermite

Peter the Hermit, also known as Little Peter, Peter of Amiens or Peter of Achères, was a Roman Catholic priest of Amiens and a key figure during the military expedition from France to Jerusalem, known as the People's Crusade. He is by some called Blessed Peter the Hermit, although he has not been beatified in the Catholic Church.

Wikipedia: Peter the Hermit (EN)

4. Église Saint-Acheul

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The Church of Saint-Acheul is a Roman Catholic church in Amiens, France. It is located on the edge of the Chaussée Jules Ferry. The abbey church of the Abbey of Saint-Acheul until the French Revolution, it was for a long time in the hands of the Jesuits and is now the parish church of the local Catholic community.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Acheul d'Amiens (FR)

5. Belfry

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The Belfry of Amiens is a belfry located on Place au Fil, in the city centre of Amiens. It has been listed in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 7 August 1926 and then in the UNESCO World Heritage Site as Belfries of Belgium and France since 2005.

Wikipedia: Beffroi d'Amiens (FR)

6. Maison Jules Verne

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The Jules Verne House, located at 2, rue Charles-Dubois in Amiens, is the house in which Jules Verne lived from 1882 to 1900. It now houses a museum that evokes the life, work and public action of the writer, who composed more than thirty novels there.

Wikipedia: Maison de Jules Verne (FR)

7. Parc Zoologique de la Petite Hotoie

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Parc Zoologique de la Petite Hotoie inconnu / marque déposée

Amiens Zoo is a French animal park located in the Hauts-de-France department of Amiens. Founded in 1952, under the name of the Amiens Zoological Garden and initially municipal, it has since been managed by the Amiens Métropole agglomeration community.

Wikipedia: Zoo d'Amiens (FR), Website

8. Citadelle d'Amiens

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Citadelle d'Amiens Ville d'Amiens / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Citadel of Amiens is a citadel located in Amiens, France. It was built on an old Roman road, at the request of Henry IV who wanted to protect the northern border of the kingdom after the city was taken by the Spanish in 1597.

Wikipedia: Citadelle d'Amiens (FR)

9. Église Saint-Leu

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The Église Saint-Leu is a Roman Catholic church in Amiens, France, located in the Saint-Leu district of the city center. It is, after the cathedral to which it is very close, the oldest church in Amiens.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Leu d'Amiens (FR)

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