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Hotel de Ville - Bordeaux City Hall stands on a big plateau across the magnificent St. Andre Cathedral.
The whole complex is very vast, built in 18 cent as the Archbishop's palace. Today, among others it houses the Fine Arts museum and the city hall....More
Hotel de Ville (City Hall) located on Place zpey-Berland is the City Hall of Bordeaux, completed in 1784 as the Archbishops Palace. The building is really nice and many tourists come here just to take photos on it. Recommended.
I don't really rate this as a tourist destination - most people who go there are getting married or watching someone else who is. It is a fine edifice but that's about it really. When we went there was security at the gate and only...More
City Hall of Bordeaux completed in 1784 as a palace for the Archbishop. It became the local seat of government in 1837, but was leveled during WWII and rebuilt. Located at the west end of Pey Berland provides for a striking photographic backdrop.
The wealth of the Roman Catholic hierarchy from yesteryear is very much on display here. This is a amazing building that goes back nearly two blocks which would have had an amazing formal garden in its day. Great views from the same square as the...More