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Heritage site

131, boulevard de Strasbourg

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
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 11 du From stairways to basins

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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