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Nice view.

Views across the Somme. Close to the train station and an interesting place to kill an hour or so... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lloyd J
A building...

Sorry, not very interesting to me. I took a picture & moved on! I'm sure the view from the top... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2018
Flint, Texas
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1 week ago
“Nice view.”
19 Jul 2018
“A building...”
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| Place Alphonse Fiquet, 80000, Amiens, France
+33 6 10 02 15 88
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Views across the Somme. Close to the train station and an interesting place to kill an hour or so. Not sure what it actually does.

Thank Lloyd J
Reviewed 19 July 2018

Sorry, not very interesting to me. I took a picture & moved on! I'm sure the view from the top would be great.

Thank LarRanTravels
Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

From the top. View from one of the top floor. It’s a residential building but you can rent a apartment here. Beautiful!

Thank Eva6780
Reviewed 23 July 2017

An odd edifice in a beautiful town. It sticks out like a sore thumb and just seems completely misplaced. It looks like it was designed by a committee. Rather ugly but I was fascinated by it. At night it is lit up in colour which...More

5  Thank rjimlad
Reviewed 1 June 2017

...but now it's a residential/office block that you can't go inside or see the view from the top, as it's all private. Looks a bit like a mminiature Empire State Building. Love it for what it once was. We drowned our sorrows in the Tower...More

Thank Andy-S60
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Mr. Perret, the architect who designed Le Havre also designed this eponymously named tower and train station which is next door. If you like brutalist, concrete edifices then this is worth a visit although I am not sure if you can enter. For the real...More

Thank WinchesterCathedral
Reviewed 27 March 2017

When you arrive to Amiens's train/bus station, the first thing you'd notice is this tower in front of the station. In the evening it has beautiful lightning. Too bad they didn't make it available for tourists. I think it would have a beautiful view on...More

Thank AnamariaLupu
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Well you cannot miss it. It is lit up at night with a rainbow of colours. By day it looks a little chunky but then so did all the early high rise buildings. Now it is mainly offices and flats I am told but the...More

1  Thank Alison R
Reviewed 15 February 2017

The tower itself is ugly, especially during not-sunny day. You can easily spot it from the city centre.

Thank aruenka
Reviewed 4 January 2017

This tall building is something really different compared to everything else in the city. Unfortunately it is not allowed for public visits. Still, you can find the page of it in Facebook. I guess that a person who is living there is the manager of...More

Thank Vihren M
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