The building is a place of pilgrimage which is a listed Unesco World Heritage site. It has a remarkable lace-like flamboyant Gothic-style wrought iron work architecture, many highly original gargoyles, a majestic façade with two spires of different heights, a remarkable 15th century jube and the revered statue of the Virgin Mary.

Visits :

  • Guided on-demand individual visits
  • Free permanent individual visits
  • Average duration of individual visit : 30 mn
  • Guided on-demand group visits
  • Language of visit : English

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Last update : 27-09-2019

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