Cathedrals, churches & abbeys

Saint-Antoine Church

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Saint Anthony's Church is a Catholic parish church. Its construction took place during the first half of the XNUMXth century, but the church was profoundly transformed in the XNUMXth century, no doubt due to the damage suffered during the Hundred Years War, and it thus appears as a fairly homogeneous building in style. Flamboyant Gothic.

The façade and the choir with its side aisles and its ambulatory even date entirely from the XNUMXth century; with their rich carved decoration and great elegance and finesse of form, these are the most remarkable parts of the church.

The church lost most of its works of art in 1768, when a priest anxious to make the interior brighter had it emptied of most of its contents. Listed as a historical monument, the church was extensively restored from 1863.

The church is affiliated with the parish of the Sixteen Blessed Carmelites de Compiègne.



  • Free


From: 01 / 01 / 24 To: 31 / 12 / 24
  • Monday : Open
  • Tuesday : Open
  • Wednesday : Open
  • Thursday : Open
  • Friday : Open
  • On Saturday: Open
  • Sunday: Open


10 St. Antoine Street
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