Boulevard Albert-Ier

Stretching alongside the beach, this boulevard intersects with Clémenceau Square, site of the statue of Albert the 1st, King of Belgium from 1909 to 1934. The statue serves as a reminder of the fact the Belgian government moved its headquarters to Sainte-Adresse after the country's invasion in World War I.

Useful information

Address:

Boulevard Albert-1er, 76310 Ste-Adresse

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