Ancien palais du Parlement de Dauphine, Grenoble

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  • This is one of the amazing places I have been to especially my hotel is very closed to this place. I even climbed the mountain opposite which is really over viewing the whole of Grenoble. And on top.....  more
    This is one of the amazing places I have been to especially my hotel is very closed to this place. I even climbed the mountain opposite which is really over viewing the whole of Grenoble. And on top.....  more »
  • If you walk by night by the Italian Restaurants you will enjoy the view of this parlament. It is a great spot to take pictures and it complements the mountains perfectly. 
    If you walk by night by the Italian Restaurants you will enjoy the view of this parlament. It is a great spot to take pictures and it complements the mountains perfectly.  more »
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  • The Delphic Council is a court of justice with a judicial and military vocation in the Dauphiné de Viennois, which became the Province of Dauphiné in 1349. Created by the Dauphin Humbert II in 1337, the Delphine Council was transformed into a parliament in 1453. With its architecture combining the flamboyant Gothic style of Louis XII, the style of the second Renaissance and the neo-renaissance style, the palace presents remarkable decorations in its former courtrooms. On its two-tone facade are various coats of arms and elegantly carved animals. In 1890, it was decided to triple the surface of the palace. This extension will be inaugurated on August 4, 1897 by President Félix Faure. Seat of the Dauphiné Parliament until the Revolution, then courthouse until 2002. This palace has been classified as a historical monument since 1889. Its complete renovation is planned for 2024.
  • A place rich in history, which must be visited imperatively, and all the more so for those interested in justice!

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