5 Sights in Bayonne, France (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Bayonne, 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 5 sights are available in Bayonne, France.

1. Château du Vigneau

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The Château du Vigneau is a former wine estate, transformed into a country house. It is located chemin de Laharie in the commune of Bayonne, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department. It has been listed as a historical monument in France since 2009, as well as its gate and entrance gate. It is one of the 22 monuments registered and/or classified in Bayonne.

Wikipedia: Château du Vigneau (Bayonne) (FR)

2. Château de Camou

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The Castle of Gamue is a castle located in Lower Navarre, town of the same name. It is a domestic fortress of the seventeenth century, in the twelfth century. it was from the nineteenth century, built on another. Next to it, to the north, is the Borda farmhouse, which forms the set. On October 8, 1993 it was declared a historical monument of France.

Wikipedia: Gamueko gaztelua (EU), Website

3. Cathédrale Sainte-Marie

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Cathédrale Sainte-Marie --Pinpin 11:01, 12 November 2006 (UTC) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Bayonne or the Cathedral of Our Lady of Bayonne, commonly known as Bayonne Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church in the town of Bayonne, France. It is the seat of the former Bishops of Bayonne, now the Bishops of Bayonne, Lescar, and Oloron. The cathedral is in the Gothic architectural tradition.

Wikipedia: Bayonne Cathedral (EN)

4. Maison Dagourette

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The Basque and History Museum in Bayonne displays the historical and ethnographic collections of the Basque region of France. From the daily life of shepherds and farmers, tools, family and traditional art, painting, games and dance since primitive history, to Basque identity for centuries.

Wikipedia: Musée basque et de l'histoire de Bayonne (FR)

5. La Citadelle

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The citadel of Bayonne, named "Citadel General Georges-Bergé" on September 15, 1999, is a fortified work designed by Vauban in 1680 and built at the end of the seventeenth century, at the request of Louis XIV who wanted to fortify the city of Bayonne.

Wikipedia: Citadelle de Bayonne (FR)


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