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  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184897.jpg
    Street of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184898.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184899.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184900.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184901.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184902.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184903.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184904.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184905.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184906.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184907.jpg
    Vocations at Notre-Dame Cathedral.

    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184908.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184909.jpg
    The Notre-Dame cathedral, officially primal cathedral Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption of Rouen, is the most prestigious monument of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184910.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184911.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184912.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184913.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184914.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184915.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184916.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184917.jpg
    the Aître Saint-Maclou

    The famous medieval cemetery of Rouen - one of the last located in downtown, in Europe - is visited each year by 300 000 visitors. An asset therefore for the city and the Metropolis of Rouen who decided to launch a major restoration project but also rehabilitation of this site.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184918.jpg
    Saint-Maclou Church of Rouen
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184919.jpg
    the Seine at Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184920.jpg
    Jean d'Arc bridge in Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184921.jpg
    the Seine at Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184922.jpg
    Hotel Department of Seine-Maritime - County Council in Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184923.jpg
    Hotel Department of Seine-Maritime - County Council in Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184924.jpg
    Dramatic fire bar "In Cuba Libre" of Rouen that had 14 dead and 6 wounded in August 06, 2016.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184925.jpg
    Dramatic fire bar "In Cuba Libre" of Rouen that had 14 dead and 6 wounded in August 06, 2016.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184926.jpg
    Dramatic fire bar "In Cuba Libre" of Rouen that had 14 dead and 6 wounded in August 06, 2016.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184927.jpg
    Bridge boieldieu to Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184928.jpg
    Arts Theater Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184929.jpg
    the statue of Napoleon I sits on the square of the city hall of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184930.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184931.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184932.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184933.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184934.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184935.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
  • Rouen
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184936.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184937.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184938.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184939.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184940.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0184941.jpg
    The Saint-Ouen Abbey of Rouen is one of the main monuments of the city of Rouen.
    Rouen is a town in northwestern France crossed by the Seine. Prefecture of the department of Seine-Maritime, it was, until 2015, the chief town of Upper Normandy and is since that of the Normandy region, reunited because of the territorial reform of 20142. 110 169 inhabitants intra-muros, called the Rouennais, it is the second commune of Normandy after Le Havre and the thirty-eighth most populated commune of France. It remains nonetheless the administrative capital (prefecture) of the Normandy region since 28 September 2016 while Caen hosts the headquarters of the regional council (political capital).
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    A man is watching the horizon on the beach of coasta brava in Catalonia spain.
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    Simon Becker
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    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184638.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184639.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184640.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184641.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184642.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184643.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184644.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184645.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184646.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184647.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184648.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
  • Hollywood Vampires at Montreux Jazz Festival 2018
    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184649.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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    Switzerland
    Simon Becker
    LePictorium_0184650.jpg
    Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry performing as Hollywood Vampires during the 52nd edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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