Espace St Jacques, Saint Quentin

Situated on the site of the Saint-Jacques church, this fine neo-Gothic building, which has been entirely remodelled around its galleries, is now home to a municipal art gallery (temporary visual art exhibitions) and, on the first floor, the Musée des Papillons, containing the largest collection of butterflies and insects in Europe.

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Saint-Quentin's City Hall
Saint-Quentin's City Hall
The bell tower, rebuilt in the 18C,
30 minutes
Basilique de St-Quentin
Basilique de St-Quentin
Winston Churchill square offers a view
30 minutes
Rue des Canonniers
Rue des Canonniers
The Hôtel Joly de Bammerville houses the
15 minutes
Art Deco walking route, Saint-Quentin
Art Deco walking route, Saint-Quentin
After the First World War, architect
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
This park of 12ha was developed during
30 minutes
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
An impressive collection of almost 100
90 minutes
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Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
This park of 12ha was developed during
30 minutes
Marais d'Isle
Marais d'Isle
This marshland covering an area in
240 minutes
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