29 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 29 sights are available in Saint-Pierre, France.

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1. Maison Vasseur, résidence du sous-préfet

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The Vasseur House, or residence of the Sub-Prefect, is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 8 rue Marius-Ary Leblond, in the city center of Saint-Pierre, it now serves as the home of the sub-prefect of Saint-Pierre. It has been listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments since 22 November 1991. This inscription covers the old kitchen.

Wikipedia: Maison Vasseur (FR)

2. Ancienne Gare de Saint-Pierre

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Saint-Pierre Railway Station is a railway station on the French island of Reunion, a French overseas province and territory located in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located on Hubert de Lille Avenue in the southern city of Saint-Pierre, it was once the terminus of Reunion's only railway line, which was opened in 1881 and put into use in 1882. It was listed as a historical site in 2012.

Wikipedia: Gare de Saint-Pierre (La Réunion) (FR)

3. Propriété Mon Repos

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Mon Repos Property is a property located in the French Overseas Province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. All é e de Mon-Repos, located in Saint-Pierre, has been listed as a historical monument since January 9, 2008. This list includes all buildings and plates, eliminating the previous list adopted on 16 April 2002, which covered only the entire chimney and plate.

Wikipedia: Propriété Mon Repos (FR)

4. Presbytère

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The presbytery of the church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul is the presbytery of the church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul of the island of Reunion, French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 66 rue Auguste-Babet, in the city centre of Saint-Pierre, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 22 October 1998.

Wikipedia: Presbytère de l'église Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul (FR)

5. Villa Motais de Narbonne

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The Motais House of Narbonne is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 18 rue Marius-Ary Leblond, in the city center of Saint-Pierre, it serves as the headquarters of the sub-prefecture of Saint-Pierre. It has been listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments since 6 April 1989.

Wikipedia: Maison Motais de Narbonne (FR)

6. Cheminée dite Isautier, plus connue sous la dénomination Distillerie Isautier

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The Isautier chimney is the chimney of a former distillery of the Isautier Establishments on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 2 rue François-Isautier in Saint-Pierre, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments since April 16, 2002, as well as its land base.

Wikipedia: Cheminée Isautier (FR)

7. Maison Adam-de-Villiers

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The Adam de Villiers House, or Boar House, is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of Marius-Ary Leblond and Barquisseau streets, in the city center of Saint-Pierre, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments since June 6, 1988.

Wikipedia: Maison Adam de Villiers (FR)

8. Église du Fort

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The Church of the Fort, sometimes also called Saint-Pierre Church, was the oldest church of Saint-Pierre, on the island of Martinique, located between the streets of Dr. Deschiens and the Church, in the fort district. Destroyed by the eruption of Mount Pelee on May 8, 1902, its ruins are today a historical monument and a major tourist attraction of the city.

Wikipedia: Église du Fort de Saint-Pierre (FR)

9. Ancienne gendarmerie

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The former Saint-Pierre Gendarmerie is a public building in the French overseas province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 2 Gendarmerie Street in the centre of Saint-Pierre and was formerly a gendarmerie and is now home to municipal services. Since January 12, 2006, it has been listed in the list of historical sites.

Wikipedia: Ancienne gendarmerie de Saint-Pierre (FR)

10. Ancien tribunal

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The former Court of First Instance of Saint-Pierre is a former courthouse on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located at 60 rue Victor le Vigoureux, in the city center of Saint-Pierre, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since January 12, 2006.

Wikipedia: Ancien tribunal de première instance de Saint-Pierre (FR)

11. Église Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul

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The Church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul is a Roman Catholic church on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at 54 rue Auguste-Babet in downtown Saint-Pierre, and on the right bank of the Rivière d'Abord, it has been listed in the inventory of Historic Monuments since October 22, 1998.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul (La Réunion) (FR)

12. Lavoir de Casabona

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Casabona Laundry is the largest laundry on Reunion Island, a French overseas province located in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in Ruelle du Lavoir in the Casabona district of Saint-Pierre and is supplied by the Saint-Etienne Canal. Since January 12, 2006, it has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites.

Wikipedia: Lavoir de Casabona (FR)

13. Cheminée dite Mon Repos 2

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The Mon Repos 2 chimney is the chimney of a former sugar factory on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located in Mon Repos in Saint-Pierre, it has been listed in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since April 16, 2002, as well as its land base.

Wikipedia: Cheminée Mon Repos 2 (FR)

14. Siège des Terres australes et Antarctiques Françaises (TAAF)

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The Kerveguen warehouse, sometimes called Kerveguen store or Roussin house, is a former warehouse on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. It now hosts the headquarters of the higher administration of the French Southern and Antarctic Territories since 2000.

Wikipedia: Entrepôt Kerveguen (FR)

15. Cheminée La Vallée

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La Chemin é e La Vall é e is the chimney of a former sugar factory on the island of Reunion, a French overseas province in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at La Vall é e in Saint-Pierre and has been included in the supplementary list of historical monuments together with its site since 11 July 2002.

Wikipedia: Cheminée La Vallée (FR)

16. Ancien théâtre

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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.

Wikipedia: Théâtre de Saint-Pierre (EN)

17. Maison Canonville

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Canonville House, or Canonville House, is an extraordinary house on the French overseas province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 17 Auguste-Babe Street in the centre of Saint-Pierre and has been included in the supplementary list of historic sites since 22 October 1998.

Wikipedia: Maison Canonville (FR)

18. 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.

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

19. Maison en bois (école Saint-Charles)

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École Saint-Charles, or Maison Choppy, is a former school on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at 28 rue Marius-Ary Leblond, in the city center of Saint-Pierre, it has been listed as a Historic Monument since December 28, 1984.

Wikipedia: École Saint-Charles (FR)

20. Villa créole

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The Domaine de la Vallée is an estate on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located on Chemin Badamiers, in the Bois d'Olives district of Saint-Pierre, it has been classified as a Historic Monument in its entirety since October 2, 1989.

Wikipedia: Domaine de la Vallée (FR)

21. Maison Levesque

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La Maison Levesque is an extraordinary house in the French overseas province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 20 Archambaud Street in the centre of Saint-Pierre and has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites since 14 August 2000.

Wikipedia: Maison Levesque (FR)

22. 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.

Wikipedia: Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption, Saint-Pierre (EN)

23. Bassin de radoub, situé dans le port de Saint-Pierre

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The Saint-Pierre refit basin is a refit basin in the port of Saint-Pierre, on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. It has been listed in the inventory of Historic Monuments since 12 January 2006, in full.

Wikipedia: Bassin de radoub de Saint-Pierre (FR)

24. Asile Bethléem (ancien)

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The Bethlehem Shelter, a private Catholic institution dedicated to the elderly and children who are unable to support themselves, is located at the corner of Rue de la Raffinerie and Rue Abb é-Gosse in the Mouillage district of St. Pierre, Martinique.

Wikipedia: Asile Bethléem (FR)

25. 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.

Wikipedia: Temple des Casernes (FR)

26. 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.

Wikipedia: Musée Franck-A.-Perret (FR)

27. La Saga du Rhum

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La Saga du Rhum is a museum on the French island of Reunion, an overseas province of the Indian Ocean in southwestern France, on the territory of the Saint-Pierre Commune, on the territory of the Isautier institution.

Wikipedia: La Saga du Rhum (FR)

28. Batterie Sainte-Marthe

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The Santa Marta Fort is a 17th-century military fort that is part of the defense system in the town of St Pierre on Martinique. It is located at the western end of Le Morne d 'Orange, in the district of Le Mouillage.

Wikipedia: Batterie Sainte-Marthe (FR)

29. Pont sur la Roxelane

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The Roche Bridge, or Old Stone Bridge, is a stone bridge built in 1766 across the Roxelane River at the northern end of Victor-Hugo Street, Saint-Pierre, Martinique. It is the oldest bridge in Martinique.

Wikipedia: Pont Roche (FR)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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