The Great Clock's movement was created in 1389, which makes it one of the oldest mechanisms in France.
The river divides the Norman capital into two distinct banks. Its bustling maritime activity, be it for pleasure or industrial, bears testimony to the importance of the river.
Designated a city of art and history, Rouen is home to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Saint-Ouen abbey church and the Gros-Horloge (Great Clock).
The city of Rouen was designed to make it easy to get around. It boasts 10 miles of pedestrian streets and 5 miles of cycle paths.
This church, which looks like the inverted hull of a boat, is located on the exact spot where Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake.
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