7 Sights in Sens, France (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Sens, 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 7 sights are available in Sens, France.

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1. Église Saint-Savinien-le-Jeune

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The Church of San Savinien-le-Jondersen is a church dedicated to San Savinien, located in Sens, Jon Province, Burgundy. It used to be the chapel of the Confessor's Monastery and became a parish church in 1826. It has been included in the list of historical monuments since 2014. From 2010 to 2017, it made repairs to public closures and was open for Sunday Mass, weddings, funerals and more.

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2. Musée de Sens

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Musée de Sens Urban / Public domain

The Musées de Sens are situated in the former Archbishops' palace of the town of Sens in the French department of Yonne, in Burgundy. Founded in the mid-nineteenth century, the museum now houses a rich collection of objects and works from all periods and brings together the collections of the Sens Archaeological Society, donations and Treasury of Sens Cathedral.

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3. Palais synodal

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The Synodal Palace is located in Sens in Yonne in Burgundy-Franche-Comté. It was a state property that was classified as a historic monument in 1862 and restored by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc. The Synodal Palace adjoins the Saint-Étienne de Sens cathedral and the archiepiscopal palace.

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4. Église Saint-Savinien

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The Saint-Savinian basilica or Saint-Savinien-le-Vieux church is a religious building located rue Alsace-Lorraine in Sens, honoring Saint Savinien, renowned for being the first bishop of Sens. It was built in the year 1068, but shelters a much older crypt in its center.

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5. Carmel

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The Carmel de Sens is one of the first Carmels to be founded in France on July 2, 1625. The convent is 149 rue de la Résistance à Sens and is always inhabited by a community of Carmelites. The building was partially registered in 1995 as historic monuments.

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6. Palais archiépiscopal de Sens

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The Archbishop's Palace of Sens is a group of buildings in Sens, Yongintrospection, France, which was the seat of the former Archdiocese of Sens until the separation of church and state in 1905. It has been home to the Sens Museum since the 1980s.

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7. Église Saint-Maurice

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Église Saint-Maurice Bertrand DESPAQUIS Original téléversé par Dbertrand sur Wikipédia français. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

St Morris Church is a Catholic church in Sens, France, located in Ioen Island Street. It belongs to the Archdiocese of Sens-Oszer. It's only open a few days a year. But now Mass is held there every Saturday at 6:30 pm.

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