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

Here you can find interesting sights in Chantilly, 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 5 sights are available in Chantilly, France.

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1. Église Saint-Gervais

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Saint Gervais de Kurtey Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in Kurtey, France. Its oldest part, the flat bed choir, dates back to the early 13th century. In the sixteenth century, it expanded in two stages, adding bypasses to the north and south. They are all different, and the short nave and unique north aisle still show different styles. Despite this stylistic diversity, with the coexistence of primitive Gothic, gorgeous Gothic and Renaissance, and the traces of subsequent redesign, the eastern region presents a remarkable spatial unity. (2) Despite this diversity of styles, However, the eastern region presents a remarkable spatial unity, The eastern region presents a remarkable spatial unity, the eastern region presents a remarkable spatial unity, and the eastern region presents a remarkable spatial unity. The compact outline and small size do not make one forget that this is a small country church, which is not important, but it does not prevent the architecture from being comparable to different construction times. The altar on the bedside table is likely to come from the church of St. Nicholas de Assi Monastery, which is located in the same commune. Two lodgings were also found, which are rare in the area. There is therefore no shortage of interest in the Church of Saint-Gervais, which was listed as a historic monument by decree of 20 February 1970. It belongs to the parish of St. Riedsonlis.

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2. Église Saint-Firmin

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St. Firman Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in Vineuil-Saint-Firmin, Vais, France. It replaces a medieval building that was completely replaced by the present-day church, which was built in a single project between 1540 and 1543 under the patronage of police officer Anne de Monmorenci. Its size is modest, and its gorgeous Gothic architecture is very simple and unambitious, but its shape and proportion are harmonious, and its overall homogeneity is remarkable. We only notice the diversity of the window network: out of 15 windows, no more than 3 display the same design. Most importantly, five historical Renaissance skylights give St. Firman's Church a reputation. They gathered in the choir, partly created by the great masters of the time. In 1881-1882, a restoration was carried out under the guidance of August Steinhail, which saved them for future generations. The church was listed as a historical monument on February 13, 1970, and was restored at the same time. Since 1991, there has been no resident priest and the church belongs to the Sagrada Familia Diocese of Chantilly. Sunday Mass is held at about 9:30 a.m. every other Sunday.

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3. Château d'Enghien

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The Château de Chantilly is an historic French château located in the town of Chantilly, Oise, about 50 kilometres north of Paris. The site comprises two attached buildings: the Petit Château built around 1560 for Anne de Montmorency and the Grand Château, which was destroyed during the French Revolution and rebuilt in the 1870s. It is owned by the Institut de France, which received it from Henri d'Orléans, Duke of Aumale.

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4. Musée Condé

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The Musée Condé – in English, the Condé Museum – is a French museum located inside the Château de Chantilly in Chantilly, Oise, 40 km north of Paris. In 1897, Henri d'Orléans, Duke of Aumale, son of Louis Philippe I, bequeathed the château and its collections to the Institut de France. It included rooms remodeled as museum spaces and those left as residential quarters in the styles of the 18th and 19th centuries.

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5. Musée du Cheval

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The Living Museum of the Horse is a museum in Chantilly, France dedicated to equine art and culture. It is housed in the Great Stables of the Château de Chantilly, about 40 km (25 mi) north of Paris.

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