Church of St Eloi of Dunkerque

The present church was built in the 16C and remodelled in the 19C, hence its Neo-Gothic façade. It has strange proportions due to the removal of the transept. The size of the five naves, the radiating chapel apse, the stained-glass windows by the master of stained glass, Gaudin, and a white marble stone marking the tomb of Jean Bart make a visit of the interior worthwhile.

Useful information

Address : 

2 rue Clemenceau, 59140 Dunkerque

Phone:

+33 3 28 66 56 59

Opening hours

9am-noon, 1.30pm-5.30pm (except offices)

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