Elephants in the famous fountain located in this town are the main attraction of this place. Narrow medieval streets of the old town will delight the soul of tourists who adore European architecture. Chambery prefecture is located in the ducal palace of the XIV century. Pavement made of cobbles and lanterns perfectly complement the architecture of buildings. The Holy Chapel, which is built in the gothic style, is the location of a carillon, which is considered the largest one in the Old World (70 bells). Hundreds of tourists come here every Saturday just to hear their lovely chime.
Just like any city in France, Chambery has the usual "set" of museums. Here you will find a house-museum of famous Rousseau, as well as such museums as Musee des Beaux Arts (Fine Arts) and Musee Savoisien (Museum of Savoy).The latter offers the exposition devoted to household objects and primitive paintings that are typical for the medieval Savoy. Tourists may also find much interesting in visiting Church of Notre-Dame built in 1636 and made in the Doric style, Nivola Cross and Arcade de Boigne.
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