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Jeanne-d’Arc captures your attention on many fronts having seen visions, convinced a king, been martyred for herrassy, then exonerated, and sainted one must see the square where her mortal life came to an end.
The old town in Rouen is beautiful, with its large cathedrals, and it’s Norman style timber lined buildings.
Then for some reason this monstrosity is positioned in the middle of the old town square, blocking the view from other sides.
Inside is not much better,...More
Located in the Old Market Place of Rouen, covering virtually all of the open space and ruins of the market, and surrounded by half-timber buildings, the contemporary church commemorating the site of Joan's burning at the stake is an insult to her memory and a...More
Under construction and even the part that was not under construction, although mentioned it should be open, wasn't open to enter.
The seenary arrond is also beautiful.
Close enough to other attractions so if closed, not to bad.
Interesting from a historical perspective with archaeological remains. The building is a modern design and stands on the spot where Joan of Arc was reportedly burnt at the stake. Surrounded by decent cafes and bars.