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The church was heavily damaged during WW2 & had to be all but rebuilt after & they have done a magnificent job.
The church appears very old & features internally some photos pre war & post war & today. Also has a Jesus statue that...More
Great church to see the effects of WWII. The pictures inside and the cathedral now show what a determined congregation can do to overcome adversity. The crucifix on display with shrapnel damage is moving. While the majority of the church were destroyed, the façade was...More
I'm sure if you are in Le Havre you are going to visit the other more prominent church. Once you have done that, it's certainly worth the walk over to this church.
As this was the 12th day of a cruise, it becomes harder and...More
What a beautiful Building! if you are ever in the area, I would definitely recommend you take time out of your day to see it, we only spent about half an hour here but definitely worth the visit! so peaceful!
In Le Havre for the day our shuttle bus dropped us at The Gardens of the Hotel-de-Vil. The gardens are interesting and should be popular in summer. What was quite a surprise were the wonderful fountains - all shapes, sizes, and angles giving a magnificent...More
Visited while on a P and O cruise . Very interesting to see the damage done during the second world war, and compare to how this cathedral looks now .Le Harve has sustained damage over the years and is now what I would call a...More
For a cathedral it maybe doesn't look so imposing but is beautiful in its own way. It has some lovely statues (my fave being Joan of arc) and 2 very intricate stained glass windows. They are both slightly obscured by some sort of metal structure...More