Passage de l'Ancre

Between the street and the passage, this fortified thoroughfare with impressive walls separates the Palais Vieux from the Palais Neuf, and leads to Place de l'Hôtel de Ville and the cathedral cloister.

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Passage de l’Ancre

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Archaeological Museum of Narbonne
Archaeological Museum of Narbonne
In addition to its lapidary collection
2:00
Narbonne Archbishop's Palace
Narbonne Archbishop's Palace
The Archbishops' Palace was originally a
Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Narbonne
Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Narbonne
This is the busy centre of the town,
0:15
Narbonne Museum of Art and History
Narbonne Museum of Art and History
Housed in the former apartments of the
1:30
Gilles-Aycelin Keep
Gilles-Aycelin Keep
This keep with bossed walls was built on
1:00
Berges de la Robine
Berges de la Robine
A diversion of the Aude, the Canal de la
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Narbonne Archbishop's Palace
Narbonne Archbishop's Palace
The Archbishops' Palace was originally a
Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Narbonne
Place de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Narbonne
This is the busy centre of the town,
0:15
Gilles-Aycelin Keep
Gilles-Aycelin Keep
This keep with bossed walls was built on
1:00
See all