Chapelle de l'Annonciation

Built in the 13C and completely remodelled in the 17C, this chapel has a simple façade which contrasts with the exuberant Baroque interior of balustrades and altars, retables and painted and coffered vaulted ceilings. The chapel is known locally as Sainte-Rita, the patron saint of lost causes (altar to the left as you enter).

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Église St-Jacques (Gesù)
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This church is the former chapel of a
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Its Genoese-style 18C dome brightens up
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Église St-Jacques (Gesù)
Église St-Jacques (Gesù)
This church is the former chapel of a
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Misericorde chapel
Misericorde chapel
This chapel, built in 1740 from plans by
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Cathédrale Ste-Réparate
Cathédrale Ste-Réparate
Its Genoese-style 18C dome brightens up
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