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Bayonne (in French Bayonne [baˈjɔn]; in Basque and Gascon Baiona) is a French commune and locality located in the southwest of France, in the region of New Aquitaine, at the confluence of the Nive or Errobi and Adur rivers, near the Cantabrian Sea, in the department of the Atlantic Pyrenees, of which it is one of its sub-prefectures; It is part, at the same time, of the historic Basque province of Labort and the cultural region of Gascony. Bayonne is also the headquarters of the Community of agglomeration of the Basque Country, which includes the municipalities of the French Basque Country. Its population was 51 943 inhabitants in 2019. The Castilian gentilicio is Bayonne or Bayonne (in French "Bayonnais" and in Basque "Baionar"). The locality forms an urban nucleus of more than 100,000 inhabitants with the contiguous communes of Anglet and Biarritz.
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The Bonnat Museum is a museum of fine arts, essentially painting and graphic work (drawings and engravings), located in Bayonne (France). It has about 6,000 artistic pieces and owes its name to its main driver, the painter Léon Bonnat, illustrious son of the town. For renovation works, the museum closed its doors in April 2011 and expects its reopening by 2021, under the new name of Bonnat-Helleu Museum.
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Bayonne Cathedral (also Sainte-Marie de Bayonne Cathedral) is a Gothic Catholic cathedral in the city of Bayonne, France. It is the seat of the previous bishops of Bayonne, the bishops of Bayonne, Lescar and Oloron.
The site was previously occupied by a Romanesque cathedral that was destroyed by two fires in 1258 and 1310. The construction of the current cathedral began in the 13th century and was completed at the beginning of the 17th century, except for the two towers that were not They finished until the 19th century. The structure has been very restored and renovated, in particular by Émile Boeswildwald, architect of the French government in the 19th century, and a disciple of Eugène Viollet-le-Duc.
The cathedral is located on the Pilgrimage Road of Santiago de Compostela, for which it was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1998 with the code 868-016.
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Bayonne station, (in French: gare de Bayonne), is the main railway station in the French city of Bayonne. High-speed trains, as well as large, medium-distance and regional trains run through it.
In 2007, it was used by about 1 million passengers.
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Basque Museum of Bayonne
The Basque and Bayonne History Museum (in French, Musée basque et de l'histoire de Bayonne, in Basque, Euskal Museoa) is located at 37 Quai des Corsaries in Bayonne, France, in the department of the Atlantic Pyrenees.
It is the most important ethnographic collection in southern France, including art objects, mostly collected at the beginning of the last century. He has received the Museum of France Award in 2003.
It was founded in 1924, in the quai des Corsaires, in the maison Dagourette, a palace from the end of the 16th century. It is the largest source of information on Basque culture in France and also records the main events in the history of Bayonne , sea and river port where Basques, Gascon and Jews converged. It has an important library, a fundamental tool for the study of all these aspects.
Recently, he has acquired a striking portrait of the Queen of Spain Mariana de Neoburgo, widow of Carlos II, who lived in exile in Bayonne for three decades (1708-1738). This painting was painted by Robert Gabriel Gence in 1715.
The one who enters here is at home. ("Hemen sartzen dena bere etxean da").
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The canton of Bayonne-3 (canton 6, Bayonne-3 in French), is a French administrative division of the department of the Atlantic Pyrenees created by Decree No. 2014-148, article 7, of February 25, 2014, and which entered effective March 22, 2015, with the first departmental elections following the publication of said decree.
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The Jean-Dauger Stadium is a sports venue located in the city of Bayonne (France) with a capacity for 16,934 spectators (10,733 seated). It is the stadium of Aviron Bayonnais, a rugby club that plays in the French first division.