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Home to thirty tree varieties
Saint-Roch park in Le Havre first housed a leper colony, then a cemetery in the 18th century. After its complete destruction in 1944, the square was renovated and completely redesigned in 1968. Its fence was designed by Auguste Perret, who also imagined the one adorning the town hall garden. This urban oasis of nature is home to some 30 tree varieties, including a tulip tree from Virginia, and also comprises a belle époque bandstand.
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