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  • Sober 16th century construction, enlarged in the 19th century in a neo-Gothic style that harmonizes with the whole. Important pilgrimage centre of Saint Benedict Joseph Labre whose birthplace is nearby. 

    Saint-Sulpice

    62260 Amettes

    Fermé

  • A large village church, it is one of the few churches with a bell tower-porch surmounted by a stone spire with hooks. 

    Saint-Léger

    62270 Boubers-sur-Canche

    Fermé

  • Saint-Léonard

    62310 Tramecourt

    Fermé

  • Saint-Martin

    62370 Nortkerque

    Fermé

  • Saint-Martin

    62370 Audruicq

    Fermé

  • Notre-Dame

    62390 Buire-au-Bois

    Fermé

  • 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

    Fermé

  • Notre-Dame

    62500 Saint-Omer

    Fermé

  • A small 16th century church located on the Via Francigena, which has a bell tower with a single arcade wall, known as a "rustic", and curious graffiti on its exterior walls. 

    Saint-Folquin

    62500 Cormettes (Zudausques)

    Fermé

  • A village church, it surprises on the outside by the particular profile of the choir overlooking the nave and on the inside by the contemporary works of the monk artists of the abbey of Wisques. 

    Saint-Maurice

    62500 Leulinghem-les-Estrehem

    Fermé

  • Saint-Omer

    62500 Zudausques

    Fermé

  • Vast contemporary church whose nave is surmounted by a wooden vault made of overturned boat keel.

    Sainte-Jeanne d'Arc

    62520 Le Touquet

    Fermé

  • 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. 
  • Saint-Laurent

    62580 Neuville-Saint-Vaast

    Fermé

  • Astonishing church built by Clovis Normand in the 19th century, which offers a unique architectural element in the north of France: its elegant and complex exposed structure. 

    Notre-Dame des Sables

    62600 Berck-sur-Mer

    Fermé

  • A small 17th century country church on the Via Francigena, at the gates of the Caps et Marais d'Opale Regional Natural Park, between the port of Calais and the hills of Flanders.

    Saint-Martin

    62610 Autingues

    Fermé

  • Surprising 19th century church, in the footsteps of Clovis Normand, by the original choice of building materials, flint, bricks and stone facings, which give it a particular character. 

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    62630 Lefaux

    Fermé

  • Saint-Wulmer

    62630 Widehem

    Fermé

  • Saint-Georges

    62690 Hermaville

    Fermé

  • Saint-Martin

    62690 Savy-Berlette

    Fermé

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

    Saint-Martin

    62720 Rinxent

    Fermé

  • 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

    Fermé

  • Saint-Martin

    62830 Samer

    Fermé

  • Immaculée Conception

    62930 Wimereux

    Fermé

  • Built at the end of the 15th century, the church has retained much of its medieval architecture and original decoration, a true architectural summary of the flamboyant Gothic style. <p><br></p>

    Saint-Martin

    62990 Embry

    Fermé

  • New church built on the site of the former Château de Sennecey-le-Grand (1830).

    Saint-Julien

    71240 Sennecey-le-Grand

    Fermé

  • Sainte-Marie

    71240 Beaumont-sur-Grosne

    Fermé

  • The former Jesuit church was built beginning in 1613.

    Notre-Dame

    L-2240 Luxembourg-Centre

    Fermé

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