8 Sights in Angers, France (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Angers, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Angers, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Angers

1. Muséum des Sciences Naturelles

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The Muséum des sciences naturelles d'Angers is a municipal museum in Angers. Dedicated to Natural History, the Muséum d'Angers houses in its collections about 530,000 objects, including 3,000 birds, 20,000 shells, 50,000 fossils, 80,000 insects and 350,000 herbarium samples, as well as hundreds of specimens taxidermised or in liquid, skeletons, minerals, technical instruments and Documents. The Muséum d'Angers receives annually about 20,000 visitors, as well as school groups, interns, researchers and volunteers.

Wikipedia: Muséum d'histoire naturelle d'Angers (EN)

2. La Maison d'Adam

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The House of Adam, also called the House of Adam and Eve or the Tree of Life, is a half-timbered house located in the heart of the city of Angers, at the intersection of Rue Montault and Place Sainte-Croix, just behind the cathedral. It is one of the architectural testimonies of the medieval heritage still existing today, since it was built around 1491. It now houses the Maison des artisans d'Angers.

Wikipedia: Maison d'Adam (FR)

3. Galerie David d'Angers

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The Galerie David d'Angers is a museum located in Angers, Maine-et-Loire, on the site of the former Toussaint Abbey. It is dedicated to the works of the sculptor David d'Angers, from whom it takes its name. The collection is mainly composed of original plasters which are the preparatory stages for bronze or marble sculpture. The establishment is labeled "Museum of France".

Wikipedia: Galerie David d'Angers (FR)

4. Église Réformée de France

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The Protestant Temple of Angers is a religious building located rue du Musée in Angers. It is attached to the United Protestant Church of France. This is the former Saint Éloi chapel of the priory Saint-Gilles du Verger, then the small seminary. The building was acquired by the Protestant community of Angers in 1849, and has been used continuously ever since.

Wikipedia: Temple protestant d'Angers (FR)

5. Collégiale Saint-Martin

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Saint Martin's College Church in Ange is a former college church located in the historical center of Ange. It is one of the best preserved Carolingian monuments in France and a witness to the architectural evolution in the past 15 centuries. His choir is a good example of Anjevin's Gothic style.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Martin d'Angers (FR)

6. Musée du Génie

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The Engineering Museum is a military engineering museum in the French state of Maine and the city of Ange in the province of Loire. It opened in 2009, through the history of France, the evolution of this weapon technology, and also a combat unit, as well as the history of these major figures.

Wikipedia: Musée du Génie (FR)

7. Abbaye Saint-Nicolas

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The Abbey of Saint-Nicolas was an abbey founded around 1021 by Foulques Nerra in Angers in the department of Maine-et-Loire. It now houses the mother house of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd founded by Saint Mary Euphrasia Pelletier in Angers in 1835.

Wikipedia: Abbaye Saint-Nicolas d'Angers (FR)

8. Église Sainte-Thérèse

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The Church of Sainte-Thérèse d'Angers is a religious building located in Angers, Maine-et-Loire. Built in the mid-nineteenth century in neo-Gothic style, listed as a Historic Monument, it is open to Catholic worship.

Wikipedia: Église Sainte-Thérèse d'Angers (FR)

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