8 Sights in Vienne, France (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Vienne, 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 8 sights are available in Vienne, France.

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1. Cathédrale Saint-Maurice

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Vienne Cathedral is a medieval Roman Catholic church in the city of Vienne, France. Dedicated to Saint Maurice, it was the episcopal see of the primate of the ancient Septem Provinciae and of the Archdiocese of Vienne until its abolition confirmed by the Concordat of 1801. It today serves as co-cathedral of the Diocese of Grenoble-Vienne. The present-day building, erected from 1130 onwards, was classified a French national heritage site in the list of historic monuments of 1840.

Wikipedia: Vienne Cathedral (EN)

2. Pyramide de Vienne

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The Roman Circus of Vienne is an ancient Roman monument in the city of Vienne (Isère), built at the end of the second century. It is known from excavations of the nineteenth century. Only a unique vestige remains visible today, commonly called the Vienna Pyramid, and locally simply "the Pyramid" or "the Tomb of Pilate". It is the only ancient Egyptian monument left standing in France.

Wikipedia: Cirque romain de Vienne (FR)

3. Temple d'Auguste et de Livie

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The Temple of Augustus and Livia is a Roman peripteral sine postico hexastyle Corinthian temple built at the beginning of the 1st century, which was in the center of the ancient city of Vienne, also corresponding to the center of the modern city, in the French department of Isère and the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

Wikipedia: Temple of Augustus and Livia (EN)

4. Villa Vaganay

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Villa Vaganay is a villa from the beginning of the 20th century, located in Vienna, in Isère. Art Nouveau style ornamentation and furnishings call on artists from the Nancy school. Since 2003, the building has been labeled "20th century heritage" of Isère.

Wikipedia: Villa Vaganay (FR)

5. Musée archéologique Saint-Pierre de Vienne

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Musée archéologique Saint-Pierre de Vienne User:Otourly / CC BY-SA 3.0

Saint Peter's church (Saint-Pierre-le-Bas) in Vienne is one of the oldest surviving churches in France, situated in the Rhône-Alpes region. The church was added to the 1862 version of the list of France's Monuments historiques, created in 1819.

Wikipedia: Saint Peter's church, Vienne (Isère) (EN)

6. Théâtre de Vienne

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The Théâtre de Vienne is a personalized autonomous theatre, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regional stage and resource stage of the Isère department located in Vienne, Isère. It programs a contemporary and classical repertoire and creative theater.

Wikipedia: Théâtre municipal de Vienne (FR)

7. Jardin du 8 Mai 1945

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Jardin du 8 Mai 1945 User:Otourly / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Place des Allobrogres and the garden of 8-May-1945 constitute the Champ de Mars in Vienna. They are located south of the city center, towards Vienna train station, not far from St. Peter's Archaeological Museum.

Wikipedia: Champ de Mars et Jardin du 8 mai 1945 de Vienne (FR)

8. Pont Saint-Martin

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The Pont-Saint-Martin is a bridge in the commune of Vienne that crosses the river Gère and connects the rue Joseph Martin to the church of Saint-Martin and the Place Saint-Martin in the Vallée de Gère district.

Wikipedia: Pont Saint-Martin (Vienne) (FR)

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