CorelDraw Map Rouen France

Rouen is a historic city located in the Normandy region of France, and it is the capital of the Seine-Maritime department. The city is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. Rouen is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and charm. Here’s an overview of some of the main districts and neighborhoods in Rouen:

  1. Vieux Rouen (Old Town):
    • The heart of Rouen and home to many historic buildings and landmarks.
    • The famous Gros-Horloge (Great Clock) is located here, a symbol of the city.
    • Narrow cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and a medieval ambiance.
    • Plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafes, making it a popular tourist destination.
  2. Saint-Marc:
    • A residential area to the east of the city center.
    • Known for its lovely park, Parc Saint-Marc, which is perfect for a leisurely stroll.
    • Offers a more relaxed atmosphere compared to the bustling city center.
  3. St. Sever:
    • Located to the west of the city center.
    • Features the St. Sever Shopping Center and several modern amenities.
    • Offers a mix of residential and commercial areas.
  4. Quartier des Antiquaires (Antiques District):
    • Situated near the Old Town, this area is a haven for antique enthusiasts.
    • Many antique shops and art galleries are located here.
  5. Rive Droite (Right Bank):
    • The right bank of the Seine River offers a variety of neighborhoods and districts.
    • Some parts are residential, while others are more commercial.
    • The Boulingrin Market is a popular spot for fresh produce and regional products.
  6. Rive Gauche (Left Bank):
    • The left bank of the Seine features the University of Rouen and its campus.
    • A vibrant student atmosphere, with many bars, cafes, and restaurants catering to a younger crowd.
  7. Gare-Rive Droite:
    • Located around the train station.
    • A mix of residential and commercial areas with easy access to transportation.
  8. Jardin des Plantes:
    • A peaceful area in the southeast of Rouen.
    • Home to the Jardin des Plantes, a botanical garden with a diverse collection of plants.
  9. Aître Saint-Maclou:
    • Known for its unique and eerie cemetery, Aître Saint-Maclou.
    • An atmospheric area with historic architecture and artistic appeal.
  10. Saint-Julien:
    • A residential neighborhood in the northern part of Rouen.
    • Offers a quieter and more suburban atmosphere.

Rouen is a city with a rich cultural heritage and a blend of historic and modern elements. Each district and neighborhood has its own character, catering to a variety of interests and lifestyles. Whether you’re interested in history, shopping, dining, or simply enjoying the ambiance of a charming French city, Rouen has something to offer in each of its unique areas.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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