The city of Le Mans has successfully preserved its green spaces and developed its various hills: the 'Butte du Vieux-Mans', the 'Butte de Beauregard', etc.
Le Mans is listed as a City of Art and History thanks to its important heritage that has held on to through the ages.
This district is the heart of the city. It is here where the pretty streets and old houses are located that give the city its charm.
Bearing traces of the Angevin-Gothic style, this cathedral is one of the largest buildings from the Gothic-Romanesque period in France.
Le Mans is well-known for its racing circuit where the famous '24 hour race' is held every year.
With nearly 150,000 inhabitants, Le Mans is the prefecture of the department of Sarthe.
Capital of the Maine and of potted pork paté (rillettes), this city includes 3rd century Gallo-Roman ramparts as part of its historic heritage (it is one of the best preserved in France). Car racing aficionados certainly won't miss the Le Mans 24 Hour Race....
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