Church of St Peter of Dreux

Built in the early 13C, the church was partly destroyed during the Hundred Years' War and modified considerably from the 15 to the 17C. Inside, are fine 15 and 16C windows in the side chapels and a font carved out of a capital.

Useful information

Address : 

40 place Métézeau, 28100 Dreux

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Dreux Belfry
Dreux Belfry
The most decorative part of this belfry,
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Place Métézeau
Place Métézeau
This square named after Clément Métézeau
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Rue Maurice-Viollette
Rue Maurice-Viollette
One of the town's liveliest streets
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Marcel Dessal Museum of Art and History
Marcel Dessal Museum of Art and History
Housed in a neo-Romanesque chapel, the
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St Louis Royal Chapel
St Louis Royal Chapel
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Dreux Belfry
Dreux Belfry
The most decorative part of this belfry,
1:00
Place Métézeau
Place Métézeau
This square named after Clément Métézeau
0:15
Rue Maurice-Viollette
Rue Maurice-Viollette
One of the town's liveliest streets
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Dreux Belfry
Dreux Belfry
The most decorative part of this belfry,
1:00
Marcel Dessal Museum of Art and History
Marcel Dessal Museum of Art and History
Housed in a neo-Romanesque chapel, the
1:00
St Louis Royal Chapel
St Louis Royal Chapel
Originally built as of 1816 by the widow
0:15
See all