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1. Musée de l'Histoire Maritime de Bordeaux
Bordeaux Museum of Marine History is a private museum located in Bordeaux, France. It opened in 2017 in partnership with the Bordeaux Museum of Wine and Trade, with the aim of informing people about the history of Port Moon through the figures and family lineages that contributed to its development. The museum pays tribute to Bordeaux's 20-century seafaring history through a permanent exhibit made up of the Bordeaux family's collections and a themed tour.
2. Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas
The Pont Jacques Chaban-Delmas is a vertical-lift bridge over the Garonne in Bordeaux, France. It was inaugurated on 16 March 2013 by President François Hollande and Alain Juppé, mayor of Bordeaux. Its main span is 110 m (361 ft) long. As of 2013, it is the longest vertical-lift bridge in Europe. It is named in honour of Jacques Chaban-Delmas, a former Prime Minister of France and a former mayor of Bordeaux.
3. CAPC - Musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux
The Lain é warehouse is a Bordeaux building built by architect Claude Deschamps in 1824. Its original purpose was to place goods from colonies under bonded conditions before they were shipped to Europe. Before slavery was abolished in 1848, these goods were partly the products of slave labor. The building is now home to the Bordeaux Museum of Contemporary Art and the architectural centre of Arc en R ê ve.
4. Temple protestant du Hâ
The temple of Hâ is a Protestant place of worship located rue du Hâ in Bordeaux (Gironde). Built between 1625 and 1638 as a chapel for the Catholic congregation of Marie-Notre-Dame, the building was attributed to the Calvinist Protestants Bordeaux in 1803. It is today attached to the United Protestant church in France, as well as the cemetery Protestant de Bordeaux.
5. Cap Sciences
Cap Sciences is a center of science, technology and industrial culture (CCSTI) located on the banks of the Garonne River in Bordeaux at the foot of the Jacques-Chaban-Delmas Bridge. It is an event and exhibition centre open to the public to discover and understand scientific phenomena, technical principles, industrial applications and know-how.
6. Gare de Bordeaux-Ségur
Bordeaux-Segur railway station is the first railway station of Bordeaux (Gironde) commune. Opened at the eastern end of the Bordeaux-La Teste line in 1841, it was awarded to La Teste's Bordeaux Railroad Company in 1837 and closed in 1855 after the link was established between the line and the new Bordeaux-Saint-Jean station.
7. Maison cantonale
The cantonal house of La Bastide, located in the Bastide district of Bordeaux, now houses the annex town hall in the neighborhood. Built between 1924 and 1926; It is the work of the architect Cyprien Alfred-Duprat, the sculptor Edmond Tuffet and the Ceramics company Gentil & Bourdet de Boulogne-Billancourt.
8. Parc de Bourran
The Parc de Bourran is a French urban park in the commune of Mérignac, in the Gironde department of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine. It was designed by landscape architect Le Breton, in 1870. The park and its château were registered as French national heritage sites on January 9, 1992.
9. Base sous-marine de Bordeaux
BETASOM was a submarine base established at Bordeaux, France by the Italian Regia Marina Italiana during World War II. From this base, Italian submarines participated in the Battle of the Atlantic from 1940 to 1943 as part of the Axis anti-shipping campaign against the Allies.
10. Église Saint-Éloi
St Eloy's Church, a historic church in the Gironde area of Bordeaux, sits at the gate of Gros Bell. That's Jura Church in Bordeaux. In 2007, the Archbishop of Bordeaux established it as a personal parish and entrusted it to the College of Good Shepherds.
11. Jardin Public
The Bordeaux public garden is an urban park located in the center of Bordeaux. By extension, the surroundings of the park are called the "public garden district". Officially, the park is part of the Chartrons - Large Park - Public Garden Subdivision.
12. Monument aux Girondins
The Girondins Monument, located in Quinconces Square in Bordeaux, was built between 1894 and 1902 to commemorate the Girondins MP who suffered terrorist attacks. Bordeaux people usually call it "Girondin Pillar" or "Girondin Monument".
13. Hôtel des archives départementales de la Gironde
The Hôtel des Archives Départes de la Gironde is a building belonging to the Gironde Departmental Council, located in Bordeaux, in France. He has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since 1998.
14. Miroir d'Eau
The Miroir d'eau in Bordeaux is the world's largest reflecting pool, covering 3,450 square metres (37,100 sq ft). Located on the quay of the Garonne in front of the Place de la Bourse, it was built in 2006.
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