Somme
Picardy
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Things To Do in Somme

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Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
M22***00The sculptures are more tedious than Notre Dame. Other attractions are more formal and the city is quieter and neater than I was in France.
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City Park
TodemmySt. Pierre Park is a city park, similar to a community park. There are lakes, animals and lawns. The citizens often walk here on weekends and after dinner. It is a good place to relax.
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Ancient Pagoda
子龙糖糖Amiens is a city in northern France. The capital of Somme in Upper France and the most populous town in the province, Amiens is located on the banks of the Somme. It has a flat terrain and is one of the important industrial and commercial centers in northern France. Very clean and beautiful city.
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Famous Residences
子龙糖糖Amiens is a city in northern France. The capital of Somme in Upper France and the most populous town in the province, Amiens is located on the banks of the Somme. It has a flat terrain and is one of the important industrial and commercial centers in northern France.
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Museum
UdjatThe Muséede Picardie Picardy Museum building is magnificent, showing the architectural style of the Second French Empire. A large collection of archaeological finds, sculptures, paintings and other medieval art, 18th century ceramics and so on. Opening hours Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-12:30, 14:00-18:00. Tickets: 4.5 euros for adults, 2.5 euros for 6-18 years old. It is a 15-minute walk from the train station.
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Museum
sculptorThe Louvre or Louvre Museum is the largest art gallery in the world and a historical monument in Paris, France. It is the central landmark of the city, located on the right bank of the Seine in the first district of the city. From prehistory to the 21st century, there are approximately 38,000 objects on display on an area of 72,735 square meters. In 2019, the Louvre received 9.6 million visitors, making it the most visited museum in the world.