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The composite style of this monument is testament to the fact that it has been reworked many times; the dominant architectural features date from the 15C and 16C. The central door is in a flamboyant style, like the rose window and tower, which is topped with a Renaissance dome decorated with lanterns and pinaccles. Note on the right the alignment of lovely Renaissance windows. Inside, on the back of the façade, there is a beautiful sculpture portraying the Passion.
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