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Galilee Street
08500 REVIN

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Church built at the very beginning of the XNUMXth century.
Its facade is in red brick and its style is influenced by XNUMXth century Flemish architecture.
During the French Revolution, in 1792, after the departure of the Dominicans, it became the parish church, while the old church in the center of the cemetery was abandoned both because of its remoteness and its dilapidation.

The roof and the bell tower were destroyed during the fire which almost completely devastated the entire convent on the night of May 10, 1886. The works of art that adorned the interior fortunately remained intact. During the restoration , the bell tower which surmounted the facade, was replaced by a campanile, at the level of the choir, to the right of the building. One of the most famous monks was the Revino Charles René Billard whose statue we find inside the church .The church was listed on the ISMH (Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments) on October 18, 1926. Inside, the pulpit was listed on September 30, 1911 and the two carved oak confessionals were listed. July 31, 1970.

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