6 Sights in Lisieux, France (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Lisieux, 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 6 sights are available in Lisieux, France.List of cities in FranceSightseeing Tours in Lisieux
1. Vestiges gallo-romains du Centre hospitalier
The archaeological garden of the hospital is a public garden located near the Robert-Bisson Hospital, in Lisieux in France, in the department of Calvados (Normandy). The exposed Gallo-Roman remains were uncovered during archaeological excavations carried out from 1978 to 1985 and include a thermal building and a private building; archaeologists have been able to trace the history of this district from the first century to the third century.
Wikipedia: Jardin archéologique de l'hôpital de Lisieux (FR)
2. Musée d'Art et d'Histoire
The Lisieux art and history museum is a museum located in Lisieux. Hosted in one of the last houses with 17th century wooden sides, the Museum of Art and History, labeled Museum of France, presents the history of the city and its representations, from origins to the present day, without forgetting key periods of its development. Tables by Gustave Courbet, Francis Picabia and Eugène Boudin are visible.
Wikipedia: Musée d'art et d'histoire de Lisieux (FR), Website
3. Basilique Sainte-Thérèse
The Basilica of Sainte-Thérèse of Lisieux is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica dedicated to Saint Thérèse of Lisieux. Located in Lisieux, France, the large basilica can accommodate 4,000 people, and, with more than two million visitors a year, is the second largest pilgrimage site in France, after Lourdes. Pope John Paul II visited the Basilica on 2 June 1980.
4. Théâtre municipal
The Italian theater of Lisieux is a cultural establishment located in Lisieux. Today called Lisieux Normandie Theater, it is a so -called "Italian" theater, which was renovated identically in 1987 and has 370 places. It is managed in direct management by the Lisieux Normandy agglomeration community.
5. Église Saint-Désir
Saint-Désir is a Roman Catholic church in Lisieux, France. It replaces an eighteenth-century building destroyed during the Battle of Normandy and its architecture is considered "one of the most remarkable achievements of the Reconstruction".
The town hall of Lisieux is a former mansion built in 1713 that houses the municipal services since the French Revolution. It consists of a central building and two wings. You can admire the salons of honor, completely renovated in 2003.
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