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  • The church of Notre Dame of Montfarville, at the extreme point of the department of the Manche. 

    50760 Montfarville

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  • Imposing fortified church of the 15th and 16th centuries with a rich Gothic decoration teeming with characters from the medieval imagination.

    Saint-Esprit

    62240 Crémarest

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

    Saint-Georges

    62690 Hermaville

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

    Saint-Laurent

    62580 Neuville-Saint-Vaast

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  • Saint-Marcel

    55300 Seuzey

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  • Situated within the fortifications which were built as early as the 10th Century, and which overlook the town, the massive church of Our Lady was built in 1346 by the Lords of Apremont. After centuries of conflicts, today it is the only remaining monument in the upper town. 

    Notre-Dame de Bonne Garde

    55110 Dun-sur-Meuse

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  • Saint Martin de Bousbecque, a Flemish church to discover.

    Saint-Martin

    59166 Bousbecque

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  • Saint-Etienne

    55000 Bar-le-Duc

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  • Discover the oldest church in Lille

    Sainte-Catherine

    59800 Lille

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  • Saint-Denis

    57590 Jallaucourt

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  • Saint-Etienne

    57340 Riche

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  • The church of Hautecloque is one of the so-called « second reconstruction » churches. Effectively, under its 16th century appearance it dates from 1959 and is the only “identical” reconstruction in the diocese.

    Saint-Léger

    62130 Hautecloque

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  • Saint-Martin

    55600 Montmédy

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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

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

    Saint-Pierre

    62217 Wailly

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  • 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)

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

    Sainte-Jeanne d'Arc

    62520 Le Touquet

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  • The church of Tincry was built between 1770 and 1775 from local stones, on the ruins of a small 16th century church.<p>Inside you will find large paintings made at the request of Saint Pierre Fourier (1565-1640) for the Abbey of the Premonstratensians of Pont-à-Mousson.</p>

    Saint-Médard

    57590 Tincry

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  • Discover its remarkable 12th century lantern-tower and its batten roof

    Saint-Laurent

    14480 Villiers-le-Sec (Creully-sur-Seulles)

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  • In the city centre, a neo-Gothic style church, famous for its Descent of the Cross painted by Rubens.

    Saint-Jean-Baptiste

    62000 Arras

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  • 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

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  • A prevostship, attached to the abbey of Saint Vaast in Arras, the church of Haspres is a mystery to be explored.

    Saint-Hugues et Saint-Achaire

    59198 Haspres

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  • Notre-Dame

    55600 Avioth

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  • An elegant neo-classic 19th century church in the Toscan style, which gives a clear-cut group of buildings.

    Notre-Dame de l'Assomption

    61170 Le-Mêle-sur-Sarthe

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  • The largest Romanesque church north of Paris.

    Saint-Omer

    62190 Lillers

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

    Saint-Martin

    62720 Rinxent

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

    Saint-Wulmer

    62630 Widehem

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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

    Closed

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