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Top Things to Do in Paris (Le Havre), France, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Musée Malraux

The Musée Malraux (otherwise called MuMa or Musée d'art moderne André Malraux) is a museum in Le Havre, France. It was designed by Atelier LWD, an architecture studio led by Guy Lagneau, Michel Weill and Jean Dimitrijevic. It is named after André Malraux, who was Minister of Culture when the museum was opened in 1961.

Jardins suspendus (Le Havre)

Les jardins suspendus du Havre occupent un site de 17 hectares dans le quartier de Sanvic. Ce jardin botanique se situe sur les hauteurs du Havre à l'intérieur de l'ancien fort de Sainte-Adresse. Ils dominent la ville basse, l'estuaire et la Manche. Au total, les jardins suspendus possédaient en 2010 quelque 3 700 espèces végétales.

Le Havre Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It was previously a parish church dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, and is the oldest of the very few buildings in central Le Havre to have survived the devastation of World War II. It became a cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Le Havre in 1974, when the diocese of Le Havre was created.

Les Bains Des Docks

Les Bains Des Docks (The Bath by the docks) is an Aquatic Center in the city of Le Havre, France. It was designed by award winning architectural firm Ateliers Jean Nouvel as part of an effort by Le Havre to revitalize its docks and warehouse district.

Jean Maridor

Jean Maridor ( 24 novembre 1920 à Graville, faubourg du Havre- 3 août 1944 au-dessus de Benenden dans le Kent, en Angleterre) est un aviateur français libre de la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

Lillebonne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The remains of Roman baths and of a theater capable of holding 3,000 persons have been brought to light. Many Roman and Gallic relics, notably a bronze statue of Apollo (exposed in Le Louvre), and two fine mosaics exposed to the museum at Rouen, have been found.

Le Volcan (salle)

Le Volcan Le Volcan, couramment surnommé le " Pot de Yaourt " par les Havrais (anciennement La Maison de la Culture) est une salle de spectacle située sur l'Espace Oscar Niemeyer (ancienne place Gambetta) face à la place Charles-de-Gaulle dans la ville du Havre.