To see Nimes

The monuments of Nimes - page 2

Visiter Planetarium

Planetarium

Museum

This little theater of the sky offers you an hour of dream and relaxation to discover the galaxy and our solar system....

Visiter Bus shelters

Bus shelters

Urban heritage

Created in 1987 by Philippe Starck, this dark marble street furniture project features the coat of arms of Nîmes: the...

Visiter The future museum of Romanity

The future museum of Romanity

Museum

Elisabeth and Christian de Portzamparc, the winning architects of the international competition realized in 2012,...

Visiter Hotel Meynier de Salinelles

Hotel Meynier de Salinelles

mansion

With its cobbled courtyard, mullioned windows and 16th century spiral staircase tower, this hotel has a remarkab...

Visiter Rozel Hotel

Rozel Hotel

mansion

This 17th and 18th century hotel is located in the former Méjan district, whose administrative and judicial vocation...

Visiter Hotel Villard

Hotel Villard

mansion

This family home of Villard, councilors in the presidential and lordship of Vallongue, dates from the 17C....

Visiter House of Atlanteans

House of Atlanteans

mansion

This building is one of the finest examples of Nîmes civil architecture of the time of Louis XIV. It was rebuilt...

Visiter Carré d'Art Jean Bousquet

Carré d'Art Jean Bousquet

Urban heritage

Contemporary temple facing the ancient temple, Carré d'Art Jean Bousquet was designed by Lord Norman Foster....

Visiter The Coliseum

The Coliseum

Urban heritage

Nimes owes the Japanese Kisho Kurokawa, this set of offices, shops and housing. Built in 1991 at the entrance of the...

Visiter The Saint Castor Cathedral

The Saint Castor Cathedral

Cathedral

Dedicated in 1096 the Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Castor Cathedral underwent many changes over the centuries. The upper frieze...

Visiter St. Paul's Church

St. Paul's Church

Religious building

Romano-Byzantine style, this church was built in the 19th century. Inside, the colorful frescoes of his choir are of...

Visiter The Great Temple

The Great Temple

Religious building

Before being assigned to the cult reformed in 1792, this building of the first half of the 18C. was the church of the...

Visiter The Little Temple

The Little Temple

Religious building

Completed in 1718, the former church of the Ursuline convent was assigned to Protestant worship in 1795....

Visiter The Jesuit Chapel

The Jesuit Chapel

Religious building

This late 17th century building, with harmonious proportions, is classified as Historic Monuments. Restored in 1985,...

Visiter Sainte Eugenie Chapel

Sainte Eugenie Chapel

Religious building

It is the oldest religious building in the city. His first mention goes back to 956. A barrel vault, supported by...

Visiter Herbs Square

Herbs Square

Square

Herbs Square has been "the heart" for centuries. Its mullioned windows, its arcades of stalls, its cathedral...

Visiter Clock Square

Clock Square

Square

With its tower, rebuilt in the 18th century, it punctuates the time in the center of the city for five hundred years....

Visiter Assas Square

Assas Square

Square

Here, from one end to the other of the square, two monumental heads face each other. They represent Nemausa, the source...

Visiter The marketplace

The marketplace

Square

Installed on one of the terraces of this pretty square, near the crocodile or in the shade of the palm tree, you will...

Visiter Crown Square

Crown Square

Square

It is said that the statue of Nîmes Alphonse Daudet was inaugurated here, three years after his death, by his family....

Map of Nimes