Here you can find interesting sights in Bretteville-sur-Odon, 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 9 sights are available in Bretteville-sur-Odon, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Bretteville-sur-Odon
1. Tour Guillaume-Le-Roy
Le Roy Tower, sometimes known as Guillaume-Le Roy Tower, was built in the 14th century and is one of the main relics of the urban fortifications of Caen Commune in Calvados Province in Normandy, France. The tower was also known in the past as the Tower of Bazin, the Tower of Basse Street, the Tower of Levi and the Tower of San Malo.
2. Immeuble, ancien musée de la Poste
The Museum of Post and Telecommunications is a former museum of Caen dedicated to the ancient and recent history of the post office and communication techniques in Lower Normandy. It opened in 1986 and was closed in 2009. Located in the old city center, it was installed in the building of 52 rue Saint-Pierre in Caen.
3. Chapelle du Bon Sauveur
The public mental health institution of Caen, previously named Le Bon Sauveur, then Specialized Hospital Center of Caen is a former convent transformed into a psychiatric hospital from the nineteenth century by the Congregation of the Daughters of the Good Savior founded in the first part of the eighteenth century.
4. Hôtel de Mondrainville
The Mondranville Hotel, also known as the Mondranville Hotel, was a mansion built by Etienne Duvall de Mondranville between 1531 and 1562 in the Old City Centre of Caen. It is located at 12 La Monnaie Street, partially destroyed in 1944, and is now located at 7 G é mare Street.
5. Ancien manoir de l'abbaye du Mont-Saint-Michel, dit Ferme de la Baronnerie
The domain of the Barony of Bretteville-sur-Odon is a former lordship of the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel. The centre of the barony estate, located in Bretteville-sur-Odon, near Caen, includes the remains of a church, a tithe barn, a manor house and various farm buildings.
6. Maison natale de Malherbe
The house, known as the birthplace of Malherbe, is a building in Caen, Calvados province, Normandy, France. Reconstructed on the original site of the birthplace of Francois de Malhebe, it was built at the end of the 16th century and is listed as a historical monument.
7. Pavillon des Sociétés savantes
The pavilion of learned societies, also called in the past "Pavillon de la foire" or "Musée Langlois", is a building built in Caen in the eighteenth century, originally to house the aldermen of the city during fairs.
8. Manoir des Gens d'Armes
Manoir des Gens d 'Armes, also known as Manoir de Nollent or Manoir de la Talbotißre, is a 15th-century estate in Caen, in the Normandy region of France. It has been listed as a historical monument since 1862.
9. Hôtel Daumesnil
The Daumesnil Hotel is a mansion in Caen. It was built in the 17th century and is located on the new Royal Square. It was first listed as a historic monument on June 1, 1927 and a second on November 29, 2021.
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