Porte de France - Grenoble France

Porte de France

Cultural heritage : Historic site and monument
Historic patrimony

Built in 1620, today, it is the monument to the soldiers killed in WWI & WWII. It was part of the fortified walls built by Lesdiguières in the 17th century and opened onto the road towards Lyon. Admire the sculptures of military trophies on the façade, created by Lesdiguières’ favorite sculptor Jacob Richier.

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Free access.

Opening periods

All year round, daily.

Equipments and characteristics

  • Pets refused
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    Tramway E, arrêt Esplanade-centre

    • Latitude: 45.192148
    • longitude: 5.720434


    • Town location
    • In centre of town
    • Close to a public transportation
    • Bus stop < 500 m

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