Explore interesting sights in Saint-Étienne, 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 9 sights are available in Saint-Étienne, France.Sightseeing Tours in Saint-Étienne
1. Église Saint-Laurent-Saint-Étienne
The Grand'Église or church of Saint-Étienne et Saint-Laurent is a Gothic religious building built in the second half of the fifteenth century on the territory of the commune of Saint-Étienne, in the department of Loire, France. Located at 25 Place Boivin, in the heart of the city's historic district, it belongs to the Catholic parish of Saint-Étienne – Saint-Benoît and the diocese of Saint-Étienne.
2. Église Notre-Dame de Valbenoite
The Church of Notre-Dame de Valbenoîte is a religious building dating from the 13th and 17th centuries, enlarged and complete with a bell tower in the 19th century, located on the Abbey Square in the Valbenoîte district, territory of the commune of Saint-Étienne in the Loire department in France.
3. Musée des Verts
The Greens Museum is a sport museum whose collections relate to the AS Saint-Etienne football team. Inaugurated in December 2013, it is on the first floor of the building in the corner of the Pierre Faurand and Jean Snella of the Geoffroy-Guichard stadium, in Saint-Étienne in France.
4. Musée de la Mine Site Couriot
The Saint-Étienne Mine Museum is a French museum founded in 1991 in the city of Saint-Étienne in the French department of the Loire situated in the Rhône-Alpes region. It presents the facilities of a former coalmine. The site is registered as a historical monument since 2011.
5. Ancienne Manufacture d'Armes
The Manufacture d'Armes de Saint-Étienne, often abbreviated to MAS was a French state-owned weapons manufacturer in the town of Saint-Étienne, Loire. Founded in 1764, it was merged into the French state-owned defense conglomerate GIAT Industries in 2001.
6. Centrale Energie de la Manufacture française d'Armes et Cycles dite Manufrance
Manufrance Power Plant is a factory located in the French city of Saint-Étienne. As a flower of the Stefano industry, it now houses the Palais de Congrès, the headquarters of the Caisse d’Épargne, and the extension of the École des Mines.
7. Maison sans escalier
The chalets of Bizillon, or houses without staircase, are two buildings of identical accommodation, built by the architect Auguste Bossu at numbers 54 and 56 on boulevard Daguerre, in Saint-Étienne, one in 1933 and the other in 1939- 1940.
8. Maison des Avocats
The former Saint-Etienne Chamber of Commerce is a former Saint-Etienne Chamber of Commerce in the Loire department. The old chamber of commerce is partially registered as a historic monuments by decree of May 29, 2002.
9. Église Saint-François
The Saint-François-Régis church in Saint-Étienne is a church in Saint-Etienne in the department of the Loire. The church and its sacristy are listed as a historic monuments by decree of May 14, 2008.
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