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Parc Louis Pasteur, Orleans

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  • The man behind the brilliant pasteurization tecnique that prolongues the life of e.g. milk - Louis Pasteur - would have been proud if he had seen the beautiful and extremely well maintained parc that....  more
    The man behind the brilliant pasteurization tecnique that prolongues the life of e.g. milk - Louis Pasteur - would have been proud if he had seen the beautiful and extremely well maintained parc that....  more »
  • The little train was not running but it's a very pretty park and we did see boats on the pond and flowers in bloom. The park is a 7 or 8 minute walk from the train station and a nice place to walk... 
    The little train was not running but it's a very pretty park and we did see boats on the pond and flowers in bloom. The park is a 7 or 8 minute walk from the train station and a nice place to walk...  more »
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  • Created in 1929, it takes its name from the 19th century French scientist Louis Pasteur, particularly famous for his work on vaccination. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; it is one of the three great gardens of Orléans with the Parc floral de la Source and the Jardin des Plantes. The garden was the Saint-Vincent cemetery and retains its function until 1903, then a 10-year transition period begins during which the beneficiaries can claim the transfer of the bodies. The door of the old Saint-Samson church which marked the main entrance to the Saint-Vincent cemetery is moved to the park to serve as decoration.
  • Beautiful park in the city. Very good for hot days as the trees offer lots of shade. 2 Playgrounds. One for very little kids (rare I. Orléans). 2 merry-go-rounds. A water fountain with drinking water by one of the playgrounds. Very nice plants and green spaces. Everything is very well maintained. In the summer there’s a little train on weekends.
  • Nice park with few sculptures, space for kids to play and a lot of greenery. Highly recommend to visit.
  • I visited Parc Pasteur with my family. We Loved that place! Very calm and lots of beautiful statues. It is just next to the city center. You can go there by walking.
  • Lovely park, plenty of trees and shade, small ride for the kids and 2 different play areas.

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