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Heritage site

131, boulevard de Strasbourg
Erigé en 1900

  • Immeuble d'habitation
  • Non visitable
Parcours rouge

Born in le Havre in 1864, William Cargill was an architect influenced by Victor Horta, from Belgium, and a fervent promoter of the Art Nouveau style. He built several remarkable seafront buildings in his hometown, and others along the boulevard de Strasbourg, including « Fort Chabrol » which was built for the Director of the Franco-Russian factories. « Fort Chabrol » was built in 1900 and stands out with its bow-windows and corner turret, in front of Courthouse.

Practical info

Heritage site

The "Fort Chabrol" Building

131, boulevard de Strasbourg
Erigé en 1900
Venue

131, boulevard de Strasbourg
76600 Le Havre

ACCESSIBILITY
  • Visitors with physical disabilities
  • Visitors with hearing impairment
  • Visitors with mental disabilities
  • Visitors with visual impairment
OPENING HOURS

Tous les jours 24h/24

PRICE

Accès à l'immeuble non autorisé

Discovery tour

Étape 14 du Red Tour

CULTURAL MEDIATION

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How to get here
Tram A et B (station Palais de Justice)
ON SITE
  • Bike parking
  • Paid parking
  • Catering
  • Rest area
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