12 Sights in Saint-Denis, France (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Saint-Denis, 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 12 sights are available in Saint-Denis, France.

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1. Hôtel de la Préfecture

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The Reunion prefecture hotel is a public building in Reunion Island. Located in Barachois, in Saint-Denis, it serves as a seat for the prefecture of Reunion and therefore as a domicile to the prefect of Reunion. The facades and roofs have been classified as historic monuments since August 12, 1970, the rest of the hotel has been registered since February 9, 2006, which makes it the oldest classified building in Reunion with the pointed chapel of Saint-Paul, classified on the same day.

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2. Hôtel Joinville

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Joinville Hotel is a hotel located in the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province and territory in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in Le Barachois in Saint-Denis and is now the office of the province of Reunion with its headquarters in the nearby provincial hotel. It has been owned by the Council of Reunion Island since 1978 and has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites since August 29, 1989.

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3. Cathédrale Saint-Denis

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Saint-Denis Cathedral or at greater length the Cathedral of St. Denis, Saint-Denis, Réunion, is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Saint-Denis, capital of the island of Reunion, a province of France in the Indian Ocean, part of Africa. It is dedicated to Saint Denis, after whom the city of Saint-Denis is named, and is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Saint-Denis-de-La Réunion.

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4. Les mausolées anglais et français

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The Mausoleums of La Redoute are two obelisks of the Reunion Island, department and region of French overseas in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis in the La Redoute district, they commemorate the fights which took place around the island by the British in 1810. They are registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since April 3 2007.

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5. Chapelle et Maison de l'Immaculée Conception

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The Immaculate Conception Chapel is a Catholic chapel on the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province and territory in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in Saint-Denis, at the corner of St. Anne's Street and Paris Street, and has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites since June 6, 1988. It is dedicated to flawless conception.

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6. Église de Sainte-Clotilde

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The Sainte-Clotilde church in Saint-Denis is a Catholic church on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located at 84, avenue de Lattre de Tassigny, in Saint-Denis, the chief town, it constitutes the parish church in the Sainte-Clotilde district. Designed by the architect Jean Bossu, it was built from 1967 to 1973.

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7. Statue de François Mahé de La Bourdonnais

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The Fran ç ois Mah é de la Bourdonnais statue is an immortal statue located in the French overseas province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in Le Barachois and, as its name implies, stands for Bertrand-Fran ç ois Mah é de la Bourdonnais. Since August 14, 2000, it has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites.

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8. Chapelle Saint-Thomas-des-Indiens

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The Saint-Thomas-des-Indiens chapel is a former Catholic religious building on Reunion Island, a French overseas department in the Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis just opposite the Saint-Michel college in rue Monseigneur de Beaumont, it is the parish of Saint-Jacques, whose main church is at the end of this path.

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9. Maison Timol

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The Timol house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, department and region of French overseas in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 32 of rue de Paris, it has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since September 11, 1990.

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10. Maison Kichenin

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Kichenin House is an outstanding house in the French Overseas Departments and Territories on the island of Reunion in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 42 La Bourdonnais Street in the centre of Saint-Denis and has been included in the supplementary list of historic sites since 28 December 1984.

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11. Muséum d'histoire naturelle

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The Natural History Museum of Reunion Island is the only museum in Reunion Island. It was completed on August 14, 1855, in the center of the city of Saint-Denis, in the public park of Jardin de l 'Etat. On December 29, 1978, it was fully listed as a historical monument.

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12. Tamil Temple - Kovil Kalikambal

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The Kalikambal Temple is a Hindu temple on the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in Rue du Mar é chal-Leclerc in the centre of Saint-Denis, the regional capital.

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