Hauts-De-France
France
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4.4/5
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M22***00Astek Theme Park, one of the five largest amusement parks in Europe, opened on April 30, 1989. This adventure and excitement park with cartoon characters and Greek mythology as the main body creates ghost trains, horror games, weird witchcraft, Shocking yells, acceleration, and sudden braking.
4.4/5
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sangchungThe Cathedral of Amiens is located on the Somme River in Amiens, Somme Province, France. It was built in 1220 and was a cathedral built at the peak of Gothic architecture. Amiens is a city with a long history and it is worth seeing.
4.2/5
31 Reviews
M36***22Chantilly is very beautiful, really great tour, great views around, also horseback riding and watching horsemanship in the castle, it still feels great.
4.7/5
15 Reviews
pxy0705The Lille Art Museum is a large museum-like exhibition hall, divided into upper and lower floors. The first floor is mostly sculptures and some porcelain collections. There are many porcelains from the Ming and Qing Dynasties in China. On the second floor are the works of some famous French painters, but it is said that the authenticity of some famous paintings has yet to be verified. But it's still pretty, it's worth enjoying.
4.6/5
12 Reviews
Beach
sculptorCalais Beach is the best maintained beach in northern France, located in the narrowest part of the English Channel, and on good weather, the English coast across the Channel is visible from the white rock wall.
4.6/5
17 Reviews
pxy0705Lille Cathedral is the largest and oldest church in this old city. The church is in a typical Baroque style. The sculptures on the outer wall are very delicate, and the inner domes are very tall, forming huge doorways, giving a very magnificent feeling. The church can accommodate six to seven hundred people to pray at the same time, and it is very large.

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