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

Explore interesting sights in Saint-Denis, 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 43 sights are available in Saint-Denis, France.

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1. Palais Rontaunay

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The Rontaunay Palace is a Creole villa in Saint-Denis, the chief town of Reunion Island, a French department and region of overseas in the Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of rue Jean-Chatel and rue Rontaunay, which is the Barachois district, it was built at the beginning of the 19th century and has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since June 26, 1997. It has long served as a headquarters to the General Council of Reunion before it moved to the Source district, where it is still today. Then, in the 1980s, she also welcomed the Reunion Regional Council, which finally moved her headquarters to Moufia in 1991. The monument was ravaged by the flames on January 18, 2019 around 4 p.m.

Wikipedia: Palais Rontaunay (FR)

2. Église Saint-Denis-de-l'Estrée

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The Saint-Denys-de-l'Estrée church, known as a new church, is a Catholic church located boulevard Jules-Guesde in Saint-Denis, in Seine-Saint-Denis. It was built by the architect Eugène Viollet-le-Duc. This church has been registered as historic monuments since July 23, 1981; Its stained glass windows subject to a classification on the same date. The cult depends on the diocese of Saint-Denis. It is devoted to Saint Denis. It is located in the axis of the royal basilica of Saint-Denis at the end of the rue de la République, and its construction is contemporary with the restoration site of the basilica.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Denys-de-l'Estrée (FR)

3. Ancien hôpital colonial Félix-Guyon

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The former Félix-Guyon Hospital is a former hospital on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis along a street connecting downtown to Bellepierre, it was the city's main health facility until the opening of the Félix-Guyon Hospital Center in 1957. It has been registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 14 August 2000. Only its main pavilion and porch were previously so, since a decree of July 4, 1989 which was cancelled.

Wikipedia: Ancien hôpital Félix-Guyon (FR)

4. Maison Carrère

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Maison Carrère is a Creole house on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at No. 14, rue de Paris, in the city center of the town of Saint-Denis, this nineteenth-century hut is registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since October 22, 1998. Owned by CINOR since 2001, it houses the tourist office of the Beau Pays du Nord, which covers Saint-Denis, Sainte-Marie and Sainte-Suzanne. The building itself can be visited.

Wikipedia: Maison Carrère (FR)

5. Ancien parc d'artillerie et maison dite du commandant de gendarmerie

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The former artillery park and the so-called gendarmerie commander's house form remarkable former military buildings of Reunion Island, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called Le Barachois, precisely at 2, rue Juliette-Dodu and 15, rue de Nice, they are listed together and in full in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since February 16, 2006. This inscription covers the plate land, the fence walls and the entrance gate.

Wikipedia: Ancien parc d'artillerie (FR)

6. Hôtel de la Préfecture

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The Hôtel de préfecture de La Réunion is a public building on the island of Réunion. Located in Barachois, in Saint-Denis, it serves as the seat of the prefecture of Reunion and therefore as the residence of the prefect of Reunion. The facades and roofs have been classified as historical monuments since August 12, 1970, the rest of the hotel has been listed since February 9, 2006, making it the oldest listed building in Reunion Island with the Pointue chapel of Saint-Paul, classified the same day.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de préfecture de La Réunion (FR)

7. Ancien génie militaire et maison dite du Commandant d'Armes

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The former military engineer and the so-called Commander of Arms House form remarkable former military buildings of the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called Le Barachois, precisely at 3 and 8, rue Sarda Garriga, they are listed together in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since April 3, 2007. This inscription covers the plate land, facades and roofs.

Wikipedia: Ancien génie militaire (FR)

8. Maison dite Oudin

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The so-called Oudin house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at 6, chemin des Noyers, in the Hauts of the Moufia district in Saint-Denis, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since January 12, 2006. This inscription covers the facades and roofs, the entire garden, the entrance gate, the living room and its interior decoration.

Wikipedia: Maison dite Oudin (FR)

9. Immeuble de la Poste

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Immeuble de la Poste Utilisateur : Bytwiny ; Architecte : Jean Bossu / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Central Post Office of Saint-Denis is an important post office on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of Rue du Maréchal-Leclerc and Rue Juliette-Dodu in downtown Saint-Denis, the capital, it was designed by architect Jean Bossu. Built from 1963 to 1965, it has since served as the city's central post. It has been listed as a historic monument since March 14, 2014.

Wikipedia: Poste centrale de Saint-Denis (FR)

10. Ancienne caserne d'artillerie abritant aujourd'hui Radio France Outremer (RFO)

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The former artillery barracks is a remarkable former military building on the island of Reunion. Located at 1, rue Jean-Chatel in the Barachois district of Saint-Denis, it has been registered in its entirety, including the land of plate, in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since May 9, 2006. For a long time, and until its move to the Technopole de La Réunion, it hosted the regional headquarters of the Réseau Outre-Mer première.

Wikipedia: Ancienne caserne d'artillerie (FR)

11. Hôtel Joinville

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Hotel Joinville is a former hotel on the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in Le Barachois, in Saint-Denis, it now houses services of the prefecture of Reunion, whose headquarters are located in the nearby prefecture hotel. Property of the departmental council of Reunion since 1978, it is listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since August 29, 1989.

Wikipedia: Hôtel Joinville (FR)

12. Les mausolées anglais et français

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The mausoleums of La Redoute are two obelisks on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis in the district of La Redoute, they commemorate the fighting that took place around during the capture of the island by the British in 1810. They have been registered in full in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 3 April 2007.

Wikipedia: Mausolées de La Redoute (FR)

13. Maison

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The Maison des notaires is a commercial building on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at the crossroads of La Bourdonnais and Jean-Chatel streets, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since March 29, 1996. The building currently houses a branch of the BRED Banque Populaire.

Wikipedia: Maison des notaires (FR)

14. Maison Kalidas

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The Maison de la Banque de La Réunion, or Maison Kalidas, is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 37 rue de Paris, it is registered in its entirety, including the gates, the guétali and the plate land, in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since August 14, 2000.

Wikipedia: Maison de la Banque de La Réunion (FR)

15. Pavillon Badat

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The Badat pavilion is a commercial building 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 the crossroads of the streets of Paris and Marshal-Leclerc, it once formed the same property with the Villa Déramond-Barre. He has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since April 4, 1993.

Wikipedia: Pavillon Badat (FR)

16. Résidence du premier président de la cour d'appel (Villa Lenoir)

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The house of the first president of the Court of Appeal 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 140 on rue Juliette-Dodu, it belonged to the Ministry of Justice since 1963. It has been partly classified and partly enrolled historic monument since May 30, 1984.

Wikipedia: Maison du Premier président de la cour d'appel (FR)

17. Immeuble construit par Jean Bossu

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The Ah-Sing building is an apartment building with offices and shops on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of Félix Guyon and Maréchal-Leclerc streets in Saint-Denis, it is the work of architect Jean Bossu. It is registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since August 26, 2011.

Wikipedia: Immeuble Ah-Sing (FR)

18. Statue de François Mahé de La Bourdonnais

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The statue of François Mahé de La Bourdonnais is a monumental statue on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Barachois, it represents, as its name suggests, Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais. It has been registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 14 August 2000.

Wikipedia: Statue de François Mahé de La Bourdonnais (FR), Website

19. Église de Sainte-Clotilde

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Église de Sainte-Clotilde

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

Wikipedia: Église Sainte-Clotilde de Saint-Denis (FR)

20. Maison Macé

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The Macé house, also called Villa Macé or Villa Bulle de Bois, 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 40 of rue Pasteur, it has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since April 2, 1993.

Wikipedia: Maison Macé (FR)

21. La Redoute

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The redoubt is a remarkable ancient redoubt of the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called La Redoute, it is registered in its entirety, including its surrounding wall and its plate land, in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since April 3, 2007.

Wikipedia: Redoute (bâtiment de Saint-Denis) (FR)

22. Grand Marché

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The Grand Marché de Saint-Denis is a craft market on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at 2, rue du Maréchal-Leclerc, in the city center of the commune of Saint-Denis, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since August 21, 1997.

Wikipedia: Grand marché de Saint-Denis (FR)

23. Hôtel de ville

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Hôtel de ville

The Hôtel de Ville de Saint-Denis is a building on the rue de Paris that serves as a town hall in Saint-Denis de La Réunion. Recently restored, it once again hosts part of the activity of the town hall. Begun in 1846, the building was delivered on April 21, 1860. It has been classified as a historic monument in its entirety since October 13, 1975.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de ville de Saint-Denis (FR)

24. Basilique Saint-Denis

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The Basilica of Saint-Denis is a large former medieval abbey church and present cathedral in the commune of Saint-Denis, a northern suburb of Paris. The building is of singular importance historically and architecturally as its choir, completed in 1144, is widely considered the first structure to employ all of the elements of Gothic architecture.

Wikipedia: Basilica of Saint-Denis (EN)

25. Grande Chaloupe

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Gare de la Grande-Chaloupe is a former railway station on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in La Grande Chaloupe on the communal territory of Saint-Denis, it was formerly used as the only line of the railway of Reunion. It has been listed as a historical monument since 22 October 1998.

Wikipedia: Gare de la Grande-Chaloupe (FR)

26. Pensionnat de l'Immaculée Conception

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The Pensionnat de l'Immaculée-Conception is a former Roman Catholic boarding school on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis on land overlooking the rue de Paris, it is listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since February 2, 1993.

Wikipedia: Pensionnat de l'Immaculée Conception (FR)

27. MJC Château Morange

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Château Morange is a remarkable building on Reunion Island, a French overseas department in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. It is located Boulevard Doret in Saint-Denis, the chief town. The castle, its patio, its park, its outbuildings and its fences have been registered in full as historic monuments since December 13, 2010.

Wikipedia: Château Morange (FR)

28. Lazarets de La Grande Chaloupe

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The lazarets of Grande-Chaloupe are lazarets located northwest of Réunion, a French overseas department and region. They were created from 1860, when the island was still a colony of the Second Colonial Empire. They served as a quarantine place for Indians and other workers arriving on the island as indentured servants.

Wikipedia: Lazarets de la Grande Chaloupe (FR)

29. Maison

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The Maison Tessier, or Maison Dumesnil, is a remarkable house on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at number 44 rue Jean-Chatel, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since March 29, 1996.

Wikipedia: Maison Tessier (FR)

30. Maison Fourcade

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Villa Fourcade is a remarkable house on Reunion Island, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located on the communal territory of Saint-Denis in the district of La Montagne, it is registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since August 14, 2000.

Wikipedia: Villa Fourcade (FR)

31. Villa Repiquet

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La Maison Répiquet 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 25 rue de Paris, it has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since August 7, 1990.

Wikipedia: Maison Repiquet (FR)

32. Maison Kichenin

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Maison Kichenin is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 42 rue La Bourdonnais, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since December 28, 1984.

Wikipedia: Maison Kichenin (FR)

33. Anciens magasins Aubinay

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The Aubinais store is a commercial building 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 37 rue Jean-Chatel, it has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since March 25, 1994.

Wikipedia: Magasin Aubinais (FR)

34. Villa Fock-Yee

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The Fock-Yee house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 41 rue La Bourdonnais, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since June 6, 1988.

Wikipedia: Maison Fock-Yee (FR)

35. Chemin Crémont dit des Anglais

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The Chemin Crémont, or Chemin des Anglais, is a hiking trail on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Drawn in 1730, it connects the city center of the commune of La Possession to Saint-Bernard, a locality in the district of La Montagne, in Saint-Denis.

Wikipedia: Chemin Crémont (FR)

36. Maison Timol

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

Wikipedia: Maison Timol (FR)

37. Domaine Bang, à Domenjod

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Domaine Bang is a large estate on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located on the communal territory of Saint-Denis in the district of Domenjod, it is listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since November 8, 1991.

Wikipedia: Domaine Bang (FR)

38. Muséum d'histoire naturelle

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Muséum d'histoire naturelle L’auteur n’a pas pu être identifié automatiquement / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Natural History Museum of Reunion Island is the only Reunion Museum. Inaugurated on August 14, 1855, it is located in the heart of the city of Saint-Denis, in the public park of the Jardin de l'État. It was classified as a historic monument in its entirety on December 29, 1978.

Wikipedia: Muséum d'histoire naturelle de La Réunion (FR)

39. Siège du Journal l'Humanité

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The former headquarters of L'Humanité is a building built by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer between 1987 and 1989 to serve as the headquarters of the French daily L'Humanité. It is located in Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris, opposite the Basilica of Saint-Denis.

Wikipedia: Ancien siège de l'Humanité (FR)

40. Maison Turquet

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Maison Turquet is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at 40, rue Roland-Garros, it has been listed as a Historic Monument since January 26, 2012.

Wikipedia: Maison Turquet (FR)

41. Jardin du Brûlé

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Jardin du Brûlé

The Happy Valley is an old garden of Reunion Island, a French overseas department in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located Alley Félicien-Vincent, at the Brûlé de Saint-Denis, she has been registered as historic monuments since January 26, 2012.

Wikipedia: La Vallée Heureuse (La Réunion) (FR)

42. Maison Géry

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Maison Géry is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at 23, rue Sainte-Anne, it has been listed as a Historic Monument since January 26, 2012.

Wikipedia: Maison Géry (FR)

43. Propriété Ponama

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The Ponama house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 2 rue Roland-Garros

Wikipedia: Maison Ponama (FR)

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