Here you can find interesting sights in Orléans, 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 Orléans, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Orléans
1. Église Saint-Euverte
The Church of Saint-Euverte is a French church of the ninth century located east of Orleans, near the Loire and the René Thinat Bridge in the Loiret department and the Centre-Val de Loire region. Since its construction, it has been assigned to Catholic worship and dedicated to Saint Euverte, bishop of Orléans in the fourth century.
2. Église Saint-Aignan
The Church of Saint-Aignan is a collegiate church in the Bourgogne quarter of Orléans on the north bank of the Loire, France. The church is dedicated to Anianus, a 5th-century bishop of Orléans, who, according to legend, persuaded Attila the Hun not to sack the city.
3. Maison de Jeanne d'Arc
The so-called House of Joan of Arc in Orleans is a historical museum dedicated to Joan of Arc, inaugurated in 1974, in a medieval style townhouse reconstituted in 1965, in the city center of Orleans, in the Loiret department in the Centre-Val de Loire region.
4. Statue équestre de Jeanne d'Arc
The equestrian statue of Joan of Arc, Place du Martroi in Orleans is a work by Denis Foyatier dating from 1855. It depicts Joan of Arc, heroine of the story of France, warlord and saint of the Catholic Church, sword in hand and riding a horse.
5. Église Réformée d'Orléans
The Protestant Temple of Orleans is a Reformed Protestant parish located at 2 rue du Cloître Saint-Pierre Empont in Orleans, in the Loiret department in the Centre region. It is attached to the United Protestant Church of France.
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