The Peberlan Tower in Bordeaux is a medieval church building. There is still a 600-year-old bronze bell on the tower. Every ten o'clock on the hour, he will ring a loud bell, and everyone can climb the spiral staircase. Go to the top of the tower and overlook the surrounding scenery. It is really retro and beautiful.
A very important facility in Bordeaux, France. There are many good facilities here. Peberenta is also an independent building with a very European style. The stairs inside can be climbed to a good position.
Peberenta is located on the west side of Bordeaux’s St. Andrew’s Church, which is also on the west side of the Bordeaux Cathedral. Like Giotto’s Bell Tower and Notre Dame del Fiore Cathedral, this bell tower is also separate from the Cathedral. Peberan Tower was built between 1440 and 1500, and was named after the Archbishop of Peberan at that time. The entrance ticket is 6 euros, and you need to climb 233 steps to overlook the 360-degree view of Bordeaux.
The Peberent Tower in Bordeaux is a typical Victorian building, standing independently on the lawn. Everyone can follow the spiral staircase to the top of the tower and overlook the beautiful surrounding scenery. This tower is actually part of the church. It has a history of more than 300 years and can be regarded as a landmark of Bordeaux.
Peberenta is the tallest building in Bordeaux. It belongs to the bell tower of the St. André Archbishop's Church. It was built separately from the entire church. It has a history of 600 years and can overlook the entire Bordeaux scenery from the top. The stairs to the top are narrow and require a certain amount of physical strength. People with claustrophobia should be cautious in entering.