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From the Pont-Neuf, this large church with three towers and machicolations looks slightly like a fortress. It has been ... More
From the Pont-Neuf, this large church with three towers and machicolations looks slightly like a fortress. It has been rebuilt several times and the present edifice dates from the 16th century. The bell tower and its 83-meter spire were lost when it suddenly collapsed one night in 1926, crushing a baker and his wife in the process. The façade was renovated and the tympanum restored to its original glory. The bas-relief dating from 1878 is by Gaston Virebent, who took his inspiration from the Coronation of the Madonna by Fra Angelico. The interior is Gothic in style and includes a large number of 15th and 16th century statues, as well as two 18th century paintings. Inside the choir, note the small, carved door depicting Jesus embracing his mother.
This museum changes its poster exhibition three times a year. The collections are diverse, sometimes devoted to a specific French
or foreign artist, such as Toulouse Lautrec or Folon, sometimes concerned with such themes as the bicycle, May 1968, ...
This memorial was built in 1918 in honor of soldiers from the region, who fought during the First World War.
Eight tall stone columns lead up to the pediment, on which the names of the main battlefields are engraved. ...
Named after the golden mosaics, which adorned it from the 6th century, this former Roman temple was later converted into
a Christian church. The present building was started in 1764 and finished nearly a century later; it features a ...