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Chapelle Sainte-Anne

Address : Place du Maréchal Leclerc
Espace Culturel Chapelle Sainte-Anne
44500 LA BAULE-ESCOUBLAC
FRANCE

Presentation of: Chapelle Sainte-Anne

Built between 1880 and 1886 by the architect Georges Lafont, this chapel was
later to be abandoned by the faithful upon the construction of a new church in
1931.
Sold to the town council in 1981 it has subsequently been transformed into a cultural centre used as a venue for exhibitions and concerts.
Site theme
Church
Visits
Free tours (individuelles): Yes
Further information
Pets not allowed
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Other: Patrimoine religieux

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