Here you can find interesting sights in Senlis, 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 6 sights are available in Senlis, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Senlis
1. Église Saint-Rémy
The Church of Saint-Remy de Barberi is a Roman Catholic parish church in Barberi, France. This is a small building with only one nave, which is a bit rustic. The nave is mainly in the mid-12th century, and the east is mainly in the mid-16th century. The first two spans of the nave have been redesigned in modern times, losing their interest, but the third span retains an original warhead vault, corresponding to the pedestal of the old bell tower, while also corresponding to the first span of the old choir. By the middle of the 16th century, its second span was replaced by a small cross-wall and a five-sided attic, and Babery Church was one of the few examples of a country church with a cross-wall in that era. The style is gorgeous Gothic, but the Renaissance influence is manifested in the return of semicircular arches. The headboard is characterized by the importance of its glass surface. According to the decree of January 24, 1978, the Church of Saint Remy is listed as a historical site. Today, it is attached to the parish of St. Riedsonlis, and Sunday Mass is usually held at 11:15 a.m. on the first Sunday of each month.
2. Église Saint-Aignan
Saint Aignan Church is a former Catholic church located at 5-7 Beauvais Street, Senlis (Oise), France. Abandoned during the French Revolution, the nave was demolished in 1806 and the rest converted into a theatre. Despite careful restoration in the 1980s and its conversion into a cultural space, the ancient church is now abandoned and inaccessible for security reasons. The historic significance of the site is that the 11th-century Romanesque bell tower serves as a model for other Romanesque bell towers in the region.
3. Arènes de Senlis
The arena of Senlis, built in the first century AD. J.-C., are a small Gallo-Roman show building of ellipsoidal shape and semi-dug type. They are located in Senlis and were rediscovered in 1865. Acquired and cleared by the Society of History and Archaeology of Senlis, they still belong to this association and can be visited under certain conditions.
4. Église Saint-Pierre
St. Peter's Church is a former Catholic church in Senlis, France. It was abandoned during the revolution and went through various tasks, especially the task of covering the market. Since 1979, it has become a municipal multi-purpose hall, which was closed in 2009 due to poor condition. After eight years of renovation, it reopened in May 2017.
5. Église Saint-Frambourg
The collegiate church of Saint-Frambourg de Senlis is a former collegiate church dedicated to Saint Fraimbault, located in Senlis in the department of Oise. It is currently a concert hall dedicated to classical music, owned by the Cziffra Foundation. It is the subject of a classification as a historical monument by the list of 1862.
6. Gare de Senlis
Senlis railway station is a railway station of Senlis commune in Oise province in Upper France, France. It was opened in 1862, closed in 1950 for rail passenger services, and decommissioned in the early 1990s at the same time as the line from Senlis to Omo-Wheeler for freight services.
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