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  • Neo-Gothic church of the first reconstruction with the particularity of being formed by two churches forming a cross, an innovative reinterpretation of the former vanished flamboyant and baroque church.

    Saint-Nicolas

    62450 Bapaume

    Closed

  • Surprising old abbey-church in Gothic style hidden behind the facades of the Grand'Place and preserving sumptuous Romanesque baptismal fonts.

    Saint-Martin

    62830 Samer

    Closed

  • A sublime art deco exterior is added to the sober and elegant interior of this 19th century village church.

    Saint-Martin

    62370 Nortkerque

    Closed

  • A secret little baroque church hidden in a maze of alleys in the lower town. 

    Saint-Josse-au-Val

    62170 Montreuil-sur-Mer

    Closed

  • Bright and welcoming church of the Reconstruction whose sobriety gives all its character to the building.

    Saint-Laurent

    62580 Neuville-Saint-Vaast

    Closed

  • Discover one of the most recent cathedrals of France, in the centre of “Vieux Lille”.

    Notre-Dame de la Treille

    59000 Lille

    Closed

  • One of the most beautiful and vast neoclassical ensembles of the 18th century. The interior of this former abbey church is particularly bright.
  • In the 11th century, in the forest that was shared by the Count of Flanders on one side, on the other by the future Count of Artois, a new community developed to work wood: Libercourt.

    Notre-Dame

    62820 Libercourt

    Closed

  • Saint-Martin

    62370 Zutkerque

    Closed

  • A rebuilt church on the banks of the river Cinchona.

    Saint-Pierre

    62217 Wailly

    Closed

  • Although Marville is mainly known for the richness of its Renaissance architecture, it offers other heritage originalities, notably on the religious level with the presence of two distinct churches.

    Saint-Nicolas

    55600 Marville

    Closed

  • Enter the only art deco church protected as a Historic Monument in the southern Artois...

    Notre-Dame de Rocquigny

    62450 Rocquigny

    Closed

  • A gothic chapel of elegant simplicity

    Chapelle d'Epinoy

    59740 Epinoy (Clairfayts)

    Closed

  • Notre-Dame-en-son-Assomption

    52220 Droyes (Rives-Dervoises)

    Closed

  • Remarkable Gothic abbey church containing beautiful furniture and witnesses of regional history such as some tombs of the dead of Azincourt.

    Saint-Silvin et Saint-Georges

    62770 Auchy-lès-Hesdin

    Closed

  • A little gem in the heart of Flanders that seduces with the light and ochre tone of this old hallekerque. Here Gothic and contemporary styles blend with elegance and simplicity.

    Saint-Martin

    59380 Bergues

    Closed

  • 80150 Villeroy (Vitz-sur-Authie)

    Closed

  • 16th century building rebuilt in neo-Gothic style in the second half of the 19th century.

    Saint-Martin

    62720 Rinxent

    Closed

  • Saint-Martin

    61290 Longny-au-Perche

    Closed

  • Notre-Dame-en-sa-Nativité

    52220 Puellemontier (Rives-Dervoises)

    Closed

  • Neo-Gothic seaside church built in the 19th century in the style of the 13th century with remarkable modern works, whose nave is covered by a magnificent vault in painted panelling.

    Immaculée Conception

    62930 Wimereux

    Closed

  • Grandiose 13th century Gothic church.

    Notre-Dame de Blécourt

    52300 Blécourt

    Closed

  • A lovely classical church in the heart of a small town of character in the Orne.

    Saint-Sauveur

    61130 Bellême

    Closed

  • A majestic 19th century neo-Gothic church designed by the architect Clovis Normand, which incorporates all the characteristic elements of the original Gothic Gothic style.
  • A white stone church in Lezennes, the nave of which retains its original 13th century structure. It was transformed and enlarged during the 15th and 16th centuries.

    Saint-Sébastien

    59650 Annappes (Villeneuve d'Ascq)

    Closed

  • Saint-Martin

    62123 Habarcq

    Closed

  • Saint-Marcel

    55300 Seuzey

    Closed

  • Gothic church in white stone from the 15th century reworked in the 19th century.

    Saint-Wulmer

    62630 Widehem

    Closed

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