We walked by and enjoyed the Architecture, as you can see the historical events taking place around it. You can not miss to notice. Must see
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Came across this place by chance and what a find. Stunning architecture that had been rebuilt. Take the time to read the information boards that are in English to understand its history. Cannot get into it so can only see it from the outside from...More
Another great place for river-cruisers, as it's near the river. Great photo opportunities of many gargoyles that hang off the building! You can get some great silhouettes against the sky or building.
We liked the architecture of the Palais de Justice that we had lunch at a sidewalk cafe across the street. The building is still active and we enjoyed watching vans unload prisoners for their trials.
The house of justice in Rouen is a wonderful building. We could not enter inside (visiting the area after hours) but the view from the street is very scenic. A few information panels in English describe the origin and construction milestones. A very inspiring architecture...More
Another study about restoration and preservation of buildings and architecture by acknowledging their importance to the city. World War II did not do any favors to their life expectancy. Restoration of the architecture to its former glory was a monumental achievement. The history of the...More
With its spires and gargoyles...it was little more than a shell at the end of WWII. It has seen been restored to its early 16th century glory!
Very interestimg building, I didn't go onside, but even only from outside it'snice piece of architecture. The are h9les after bullets from ww2 from one side of the building.
These ornately gothic law courts date back to the 15th century and while badly damaged after WWI have been restored to their former glory. They are absolutely a must to see if you are in Rouen.