Rue de la Barre

The 18C houses at nos 40, 42 and 44 still have their original balconies. At no 69, the Reformed church occupies the site of the former chapel of the Carmelite convent dating from 1645. At no 99 is a plaque announcing that Abbot Guibert (1697-1784) chose to live there in destitution, after taking a vow of poverty. At no 4 is a chemist's shop, founded in 1683: Voltaire spent several months there on his return from exile in England.

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Place du Puits-Salé
Place du Puits-Salé
Dieppe's busiest square, where six
15 minutes
Tourelles Gate
Tourelles Gate
The last survivor of the five gates of
30 minutes
Dieppe Castle and Museum
Dieppe Castle and Museum
A maritime and an art museum, it has a
60 minutes
Dieppe Castle
Dieppe Castle
Dieppe Castle, with its alternate flint
60 minutes
Square du Canada
Square du Canada
At the foot of the west cliff is a
30 minutes
Church of St James of Dieppe
Church of St James of Dieppe
Building started in 1250 but the church
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Place du Puits-Salé
Place du Puits-Salé
Dieppe's busiest square, where six
15 minutes
Tourelles Gate
Tourelles Gate
The last survivor of the five gates of
30 minutes
Dieppe Castle and Museum
Dieppe Castle and Museum
A maritime and an art museum, it has a
60 minutes
See all