Here you can find interesting sights in Troyes, 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 5 sights are available in Troyes, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Troyes
1. Synagogue Rachi
The Rashi Synagogue is a Jewish Synagogue on 5 rue Brunneval in Troyes, Grand Est, France. The synagogue is named after the medieval Jewish Rabbi and biblical commentator Rashi, who was born and died in Troyes. A Sephardic Orthodox synagogue, it is a member of the Consistoire central israélite de France. The site includes a museum, the Rashi House, a cultural center, and a library. The European University Rashi Institute,, located opposite the synagogue, is a research institute independent of the synagogue focused on Jewish studies, Semitic studies, and Monotheism.
2. Église Saint-Rémy
St. Remy de Trois Church is a Catholic church in the city of Trois, Obe province, Champagne-Ardennes, France. It was listed as a historical site on April 6, 1908. It is one of the oldest churches in the city and is famous for 16th and 17th century paintings and stained glass windows from the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was the church where Francois Giraden and Jacques de Letting were baptized, so these two artists have many important works in the church.
The Hôtel-Dieu de Troyes was a hotel-Dieu located in France, and whose current destination is the accommodation of the Museum of the Apothecary and the City of Stained Glass of Troyes. Part of the buildings is also devoted to the university center of Troyes, which depends on the University of Reims-Champagne-Ardenne.
4. Cathédrale Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul
Troyes Cathedral is a Catholic church, dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul, located in the town of Troyes in Champagne, France. It is the episcopal seat of the Bishop of Troyes. The cathedral, in the Gothic architectural style, has been a listed monument historique since 1862.
5. Chapitre (ancien), puis entrepôt
The Chapter of Troyes, or Cellier Saint-Pierre is a set of remains and buildings that belonged to the canons of Troyes Cathedral, Aube. The main building is considered the former cellar of the canons.
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