Port of Le Havre

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With the restoration of its docks and the recent architectural additions of Jean Nouvel, Le Harve is now renowned as a place of cutting-edge building design as well as a resort and port. Since the opening of Port 2000 in 2006, Le Havre can accommodate the largest of ships (up to 350 m long and 45 m wide), in all weathers without delays. The François I lock, one of the most ambitious projects of its kind anywhere, links the sea to the network of canals including the Grand Canal du Havre.

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Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
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Le Havre Natural History Museum
Le Havre Natural History Museum
In addition to ornithology and
1:00
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
This cathedral was built from 1575 to
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Le Havre Signal Station
Le Havre Signal Station
The Semaphore accommodates radar, radio
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Standing at the entrance to the port and
2:00
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
From Rue de Paris, which connects the
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Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
1:30
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
This cathedral was built from 1575 to
0:15
Le Havre Signal Station
Le Havre Signal Station
The Semaphore accommodates radar, radio
See all