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Ecole Supérieure d'Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen, Rouen

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The former ossuary (a cemetery for plague victims' bodies) at Ecole Supérieure d'Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen is an eerie reminder of the plague's devastation during the Middle Ages. Take a stroll in the 16th-century, half-timber courtyard, which has four galleries with carved designs. Large beams in the fourth gallery feature haunting carvings of bones and skulls, as well as coffins and gravediggers' tools. Finding the entrance can be tricky. Keep an eye out overhead for a sign with the name of the atrium, which you access through a passage between two buildings,. As you enter the grounds, look to your right to see a mummified cat preserved in the wall. To visit Ecole Supérieure d'Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen on your holiday in Rouen, and find out what else Rouen has to offer, use our Rouen.
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  • Splendidly restored and a heaven of peace. Tourists are beginning to discover this unique monument. The café Hamlet inside is a marvel. 
    Splendidly restored and a heaven of peace. Tourists are beginning to discover this unique monument. The café Hamlet inside is a marvel.  more »
  • This is a small and very beautiful, probably the most beautiful square in Rouen. It's set right in front and aside the magnificent Gothic Saint Maclou Church. The whole square is encircled with... 
    This is a small and very beautiful, probably the most beautiful square in Rouen. It's set right in front and aside the magnificent Gothic Saint Maclou Church. The whole square is encircled with...  more »
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  • Unmissable if in the area. Well kept courtyard (a cemetery in the Middle Ages) and sculptural columns. Now converted into an art space with a crafts shop.
  • Fascinating place with history woven into every corner. Workshops and shop balance the sombre history. Good clear visitor information panels including English. Further development planned. Well worth a visit.

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