11 Sights in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, 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 11 sights are available in Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Villeneuve-d'Ascq

1. Maison Folie de Lille Wazemmes

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The Maison Folie Wazemmes is a cultural facility of the City of Lille, opened on the occasion of the Lille 2004 event, European Capital of Culture. This former textile mill was rehabilitated by the Dutch agency Nox and the architect Lars Spuybroek accompanied by Ducks Scéno is a French company based in Villeurbanne specializing in scenography and museography. for the design of the scenography of the 250-seat auditorium and the recording studio and Flanders Analyzes for the acoustic studies, to become in 2004, the house Folie Wazemmes.

Wikipedia: Maison folie de Wazemmes (EN)

2. Parc Archéologique Asnapio

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The Asnapio Archaeological Park is an archaeosite, located in France, in Villeneuve-d'Ascq (North). It offers reconstructions of habitats from the Upper Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. The park is inspired by excavations in northern France and serves as a field of archaeological experimentation. In the heart of the new town of Villeneuve-d'Ascq, the park adjoins the Parc du Héron and owes its name to the village of Annappes in its Carolingian form.

Wikipedia: Parc archéologique Asnapio (FR)

3. Église Saint-Pierre de Flers-Bourg

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The church of Saint-Pierre is a church located in the village of Flers-lez-Lille, today district of Villeneuve-d'Ascq. It is frequently called the Church of Saint-Pierre de Flers-Bourg to differentiate it from the Church of Saint-Pierre d'Ascq located in the nearby village of Ascq. The portal and its leaves are classified as a historical monument while the rest of the church has been registered since 1977.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Pierre de Flers-Bourg (FR)

4. La Malterie

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La Malterie is a Lille association located in the wazemmes district. She works in the fields of contemporary creative music and visual arts. It is a support structure for research and artistic experimentation and includes workspaces, places of dissemination, resource center specialized in the professional status of visual artists. This site is served by the Porte des Postes metro station.

Wikipedia: La Malterie (FR)

5. Château de Flers

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The Château de Flers is a château located in Villeneuve d'Ascq, in the Nord department of France. It hosts the Château de Flers museum and the tourism office of Villeneuve d'Ascq city. The château is named after a former nearby village of Flers-lez-Lille.

Wikipedia: Château de Flers (EN)

6. Musée d'Histoire Naturelle et de Géologie

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The Natural History Museum of Lille is a French natural history museum located on Rue de Bruxelles, in the historic university district of Lille. Inaugurated in 1822 in the former City Hall of Lille, it has been installed rue de Bruxelles since 1896.

Wikipedia: Musée d'histoire naturelle de Lille (FR)

7. LaM Lille Métropole - Musée d'Art Moderne, d'Art Comptemporain et d'Art Brut

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LaM Lille Métropole - Musée d'Art Moderne, d'Art Comptemporain et d'Art Brut Lille Métropole Musée d'Art moderne, d'Art contemporain et d'Art brut / marque déposée

LAM-Lille M é tropole Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art and Brut Museum of Art, formerly known as Villeneuve d 'Ascq Museum of Modern Art, is a museum in the center of Villeneuve d' Ascq City Park in Upper France, France.

Wikipedia: Lille Métropole - musée d'Art moderne, d'Art contemporain et d'Art brut (FR)

8. La Noble Tour

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The Noble Tower is an ancient bastion of the ramparts of Lille and is the last standing vestige of the medieval fortifications of the city. It was built under Philip the Bold (Duke of Burgundy and husband of Margaret III of Flanders.

Wikipedia: Noble Tour (FR)

9. Temple protestant

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The Protestant Temple of Lille is a religious building located in the Temple Square of Lille. The diocese is a member of the United Protestant Church of France. The station is served by the R é publique Beauty-Arts subway station.

Wikipedia: Temple protestant de Lille (FR)

10. Beffroi

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Beffroi Original téléversé par Under~frwiki sur Wikipédia français. / GFDL

The belfry of the Lille City Hall, inaugurated in 1932, is the highest civil belfry in Europe. The project of its construction results from the destruction of the old Town Hall during the First World War.

Wikipedia: Beffroi de Lille (FR)

11. Église Saint-Sauveur

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St. Sauvre Church is located on St. Sauvre Street in Lille, in the central area of Lille. It was built on the original site of a former Gothic church that burned down in 1896 and lasted from 1898 to 1902.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Sauveur de Lille (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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