Orléans - "Rue Jeanne d'Arc" Poster

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Wim' takes you to one of the most famous shopping streets in Orléans: Rue Jeanne d'Arc.

It is named after the French heroine who liberated the city from the English in the 15th century. The street is lined with shops, restaurants, cafes and boutiques, as well as historical monuments such as the statue and the House of Joan of Arc.

The Sainte-Croix cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture built in the 13th century, is located at the end of this street. It is famous for its exceptional stained glass windows, some dating from the 13th century, illustrating biblical scenes and the lives of local saints. There are several tombs and an imposing organ with more than 4,600 pipes.

Rue Jeanne d'Arc is often busy, providing a pleasant and friendly atmosphere for all visitors. The cathedral is a symbol of the city's history and heritage, attracting thousands of visitors each year....

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  • 50x70 cm

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Product size 30x40cm et 50x70cm
Available Sizes 10x15cm
Frame Not Included
Paper Type Textured Prestige Paper 300g/m2
Support 50x70cm Papier Haute Qualité 200g/m2
Permanent Offers FREE DELIVERY from 2 Posters purchased + Buy 3 Posters GET ONE FREE
Packaging Poster in Blister Packaging / Rigid envelope 20gr, Reinforced with 2 cardboards inside
Conditionnement 50x70cm Tube d'expédition carton collé en spirale & couvercle en plastique / Diamètre 60x1170mm / blanc et brun / Papier de Soie
Mailing Shipping within 48 hours + Postal Delay

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Orleans is a historic city located in central France, on the banks of the Loire. She is known for her role during the Hundred Years War, where the famous French heroine Joan of Arc liberated the city from the English. Today, Orléans is a bustling city, with many historical sites, such as the Sainte-Croix Cathedralthe Joan of Arc statue and the Maison de Jeanne d'Arc, as well as many museums, restaurants and shops. Orléans is also known for its annual jazz festival and local cuisine, featuring traditional dishes from the Loire region.