9 Sights in Saint-Pierre, France (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Saint-Pierre, 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 9 sights are available in Saint-Pierre, France.

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1. Lavoir de Casabona

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The Casabona wash house is the largest wash house on Reunion Island, a French overseas department in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located Ruelle du Lavoir, in the Casabona district, in Saint-Pierre, it is powered by the Saint-Étienne canal. He has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since January 12, 2006.

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2. Église Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul

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St Pierre-St Paul's Church is a Catholic church on the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 54 August-Babe Street in the center of St. Pierre, on the right bank of the First River, and has been listed in the historical monuments list since October 22, 1998.

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3. Église du Fort

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Église du Fort L'H. / Public domain

Fort Church, sometimes known as St. Pierre's Church, is the oldest St. Pierre's Church on Martinique, located between Dr. Deschiens Street and Church Street in Fort District. On May 8, 1902, Mount Paley erupted and its ruins were destroyed. Today it is a historic monument and a major tourist attraction in the city.

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4. Ancien théâtre

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Ancien théâtre Leboullanger / Public domain

The Théâtre de Saint-Pierre, also known as La Comédie, was a theater in Saint-Pierre, Martinique, active from 1786 to 1902. It was a famous center of culture in the West Indies for over a century. Destroyed in the volcano eruption of 1902, its ruins became a historical monument and a site for tourists.

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5. Mairie de Saint-Pierre

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St. Pierre City Hall is a public building located in Reunion Island, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is the town hall of St. Pierre, a commune in the southwest of the island. It is located in City Hall Square and has been listed as a historical site since December 13, 1982.

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6. Maison en bois (école Saint-Charles)

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St. Charles School, or Maison Choppy, is a school in the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 28 Marius-Ary Leblond Street in the centre of Saint-Pierre, it has been listed as a historical monument since 28 December 1984.

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7. Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption

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The Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption or simply Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, is the co-cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Fort-de-France, is located in Saint-Pierre, on the island of Martinique, a dependency of France in the Caribbean Sea.

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8. Temple des Casernes

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Barracks Temple is a Hindu temple located in Reunion Island, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in the rue des Casernes of St Pierre and has been fully listed as a historical monument since September 17, 2010.

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9. Musée Vulcanologique Franck A. Perret

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Franck-a. The Perret Museum is a museum in St. Pierre, Martinique, at the top of Victor-Hugo Street, on the fort defending St. Pierre Bay, the "Little Paris of the West Indies", which was then the economic and cultural capital of Martinique.

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