Rue de Béthune
Rue de Béthune, 59800 Lille, France
About Rue de Béthune
The Rue de Bethune is a street of the town of Lille in northern France, located in the city center , regulated pedestrian area. It is the main shopping street in the city. It connects the rue du Sec-Arembault, which it extends, to the place de Béthune.
Attractions near Rue de Béthune
The Rihour Place is an urban public space of the city of Lille in the French department of Nord. This is all that remains of a palace built in the xv th century by the Dukes of Valois-Burgundy, rulers because of the state bourguignon. The building's guard room houses the town's tourist office. It was classified as a historical monument in 1875.
La Vieille Bourse is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious monuments in the city. Located between the Grand'Place and the Place du Théâtre, it is one of the witnesses of the intense economic activity that took place in Lille during the Grand Siècle. It was classified as a historical monument in 1921 and 1923. The quadrangular building is in fact an interlocking of 24 identical residences that contain what is called the inner courtyard, a place where booksellers, florists, chess players, stroll
The striking Église Saint-Maurice, situated in the historic center of Lille, has been subject to a number of makeovers from its genesis in the Middle Ages to the last extension of the city in 1868. The interior houses a number of 17th and 18th-century paintings by artists from the city. The central chapel is dedicated to Sainte-Barbe, patroness of the Lille artillerymen whose story visitors can discover in the museum nearby. The construction of the actual church took more than 400 years.
One of the beautiful and richest french museums having collections of European paintings, drawings, a sculpture gallery, 17th-century ceramics and so more. The museum opened in 1809 and was initially housed in a church confiscated from the Récollets before being transferred to the city's town hall. It has collections of famous artists and also this place gives you a way to have a look at the ancient history of the french art.
The City Hall Lille is located place Roger Salengro in the neighborhood Saint-Sauveur. It was classified as a historic monument in May 2002 and its belfry, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. This site is served by the Mairie de Lille metro station. Its belfry should not be confused with that of the Chamber of Commerce, also emblematic of the city of Lille. It is the tallest belfry in Europe.
A beautiful and majestic Gothic cathedral which was built in the 19th century was located in the Vieux-Lille district, on the site of a former castle mound. The church was built in honor of the Virgin Mary and takes its name from a 12th-century statue of the saint that has miraculous properties ascribed to it. It was one of the architectural wonders in this area and also it is one of the main pilgrimage centres in this area.
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Hauts de France is the northernmost region of France. It is a popular tourist destination for visitors traveling to see the battlefields and memorials associated with the First and Second World Wars. The region also features many cultural and architectural treasures, majestic belfries that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, castles,Gothic cathedralsa and beautiful landscapes.