Gateway to the arsenal of the navy due to Vauban, the door opens on the Marine Park, pleasant "green bubble" in the realm of shopping. Designed as a public...Read more
In Flemish Renaissance style (1901), the Town Hall was built of stones and red bricks. Its astonishing belfry rises to 75 meters high. On the main facade...Read more
The Leughenaer tower is the oldest monument in the city. Dominating the Minck Square and its fish market, the tower also called Tour of the liar is the...Read more
A unique witness to the orientalist architecture of the end of the 19th century, the construction of public baths in Dunkirk was initiated in the 1890s....Read more
In the original center of Dunkirk, a former royal square designed by Vauban, in 1845 was erected the statue of the sculptor David d'Angers representing...Read more
Erected in 1893 to commemorate the centenary of the lifting of the siege of Dunkirk in 1793 during the Battle of Hondschotte.
Located at the end of the dike of the allies, the memorial was made with cobblestones from a dock of the port. it commemorates the courage of the Allied...Read more
On the seafront and in the heart of the seaside resort, sumptuous bourgeois houses were built at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the...Read more
Built in 1881, this villa is one of the last wooden villas in perfect condition of Malo les Bains, it was renovated in 1996 to house the House of the Environment....Read more
Unusual and remarkable district of 35 houses, fruit of the overflowing imagination of François Reynaert, built in the 1930s.
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