In Saint Quentin, town of painter Quentin de la Tour, the Somme river feeds into the fifty hectares of the Marais d'Isle natural reserve. After the first dock on the marsh: pretend to be ornithologists in the reserve, which is inhabited by rare birds! In the city dominated by a cathedral-sized Basilica, houses dating from the Middle Ages are mixed in with a Gothic City Hall and the most extravagant of Art deco buildings. The city of Saint Quentin’s eventful history is related to its geographic location and to the crossing of major commercial roads, which were long used for invasions.

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