Art Deco walking route, Saint-Quentin

After the First World War, architect Guindez rebuilt the town in Art Deco style. If you are arriving by train, the station refreshment room is a good starting point for a themed walking tour. After a coffee and croissant, have a look at the nearby bridge framed with lantern towers. The Conservatoire de Musique et de Théâtre (51 Rue d'Isle), the hall inside the Post Office (Rue de Lyon), and the Le Carillon cinema (Rue des Toiles) make for worthwhile stops.

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Address:

02100 St-Quentin

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