Saint-Maurice Church

Lille, France

The Église Saint-Maurice is a church on rue de Paris, in the historic centre of Lille, northern France. Its construction began at the end of the 14th century and completed at the end of the 19th century, and it was extended over more than four centuries. A hall church in the Gothic style, it was made a monument historique in 1914.



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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in France
Historical period: Valois Dynasty and Hundred Year's War (France)

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SJ L (2 months ago)
I loved the interior of the church. Mass was open to everyone.
Gary Jelks (2 months ago)
A great church in the centre of the city. Peaceful, calm and tranquil. Entry is free and there is a great deal to see as you walk around.
Robert Doyle (3 months ago)
Interesting old church in old toen Lille France with nice stained glass windows. Close to the train station. Worth a walk through.
gary-maureen Mitchelson (4 months ago)
Wonderful church worth a visit
RJ KM (8 months ago)
Lovely church just close by the station. The statinglass were very beautiful the colors were so vived. It maybe a part of the church's charm but it's not well maintained yet it does gives off this feelings that you are back in time. You light the candles through machines or buy the regular one.
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