Explore interesting sights in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, 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 Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, France.Sightseeing Tours in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin
1. Château des Ravalet
The Château des Ravalet, also known as the Château de Tourlaville, is a 16th century residence, redesigned in 1859 by the Viscount de Tocqueville, which stands on the former French commune of Tourlaville, in the department of the Channel, in the Normandy region.
2. Chapelle Saint-Germain
The Saint-Germain de Querqueville chapel is a pre-Roman Catholic building built in the northern coast of Cotentin, near Cherbourg, on the territory of the former French commune of Querqueville, in the department La Manche, in the Normandy region.
3. J.F. Millet
The statue of Jean-François Millet is a bust, located in Cherbourg-Octeville, department of the Channel, France. She represents Jean-François Millet. It is the work of French sculptors Henri Chapu and Jean-Ernest Bouteiller.
4. Église Saint-Martin
The Saint-Martin d'Octeville church is a Catholic building in the 12th century Romanesque style, which stands on the territory of the former French commune of Octeville, in the department of Manche, in the Normandy region.
5. monument à Armand de Briqueville
Armand François Bon Claude, Count of Bricqueville, born at the family castle of Bretteville on 23 January 1785, died on 19 March 1844 in Paris, was a cavalry colonel of the Napoleonic army and deputy for the Channel.
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