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  • A small Gothic country church, built on the Via Francigena, which contains some remarkable features, such as the oldest bell in the department and wall paintings by François Mes, a Benedictine monk from Wisques.

    Saint-Omer

    62500 Zudausques

    Closed

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

    Sainte-Jeanne d'Arc

    62520 Le Touquet

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

    Saint-Laurent

    62580 Neuville-Saint-Vaast

    Closed

  • 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

    Closed

  • 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

    Closed

  • 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

    Closed

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

    Saint-Wulmer

    62630 Widehem

    Closed

  • Charming neoclassical church, dating from 1782, with a dazzling interior enhanced by powerful natural light. 

    Saint-Georges

    62690 Hermaville

    Closed

  • This jewel of medieval architecture surprises by the quantity and quality of its furniture: an impressive organ buffet, a very rare astrobal clock, its important funerary heritage and the Descente de Croix de Rubens. 

    Saint-Martin

    62690 Savy-Berlette

    Closed

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

    Saint-Martin

    62720 Rinxent

    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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

    Saint-Martin

    62990 Embry

    Closed

  • Romanesque church Saint-Julien

    71240 Sennecey-le-Grand

    Closed

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

    Saint-Julien

    71240 Sennecey-le-Grand

    Closed

  • Romanesque pilgrimage church on the road to Cluny

    Sainte-Marie

    71240 Beaumont-sur-Grosne

    Closed

  • The former Jesuit church was built beginning in 1613.

    Notre-Dame

    L-2240 Luxembourg-Centre

    Closed

  • The Saint-Michel church is one of the oldest places of worship in the city.

    Saint-Michael

    L-2536 Luxembourg

    Closed

  • The Saint Joseph Church was constructed between 1873 to 1877 in the Neo-Gothic style. It is one of the largest and most monumental historic churches of the greater region. 

    Saint-Joseph

    L-4106 Esch-sur-Alzette

    Closed

  • Saint-Martin

    L-6112 Junglinster

    Closed

  • Saints-Pierre-et-Paul

    L-6470 Echternach

    Closed

  • Notre-Dame

    L-6475 Echternach

    Closed

  • Basilica Saint-Willibrord

    L-6486 Echternach

    Closed

  • The Grevenmacher parish church, dedicated to the Roman deacon and martyr Lawrence, has a long and eventful history. The church was erected in 1782-83 in accordance with the architectural plans of Johann Anton Neurohr of Trier. 

    Saint-Laurent

    L-6720 Grevenmacher

    Closed

  • The Saint Martin Church is one of the oldest churches in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. 

    Saint-Martin

    L-8395 Septfontaines (Habscht)

    Closed

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