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Church Sainte-Anne

Monument in Amiens

The Sainte-Anne church at Amiens was erected in the last quarter of the 19th century, succeeding a building of 1835 demolished during the development of the railway linking Longueau to Boulogne-sur-Mer.

It belongs to the congregation of the Mission (called Lazarists).

Protected as historical monuments since 2006, the church has a plan in the form of a Latin cross with ambulatory and radiant chapels. Its architecture combines Neo-Romanesque and Neo-Gothic styles.

It houses a rich furniture partly from the earlier church (like a high altar from 1835, statues of St. John or St. Cecilia) or made for the new: pulpit, altars, paneling, grille and glass roofs made on cartons designed by Charles Krauk. There are biblical scenes.

Many paintings depicting the Virgin (also signed Charles Krauk) or St. Vincent de Paul and sculptures also mark the interior of the church (baptismal fonts, chapels or funerary monument of Abbot Aubet, in charge of the parish during construction and who supervised the works).

To visit during a walk in the form of discovery of the capital Picardy. Information at the parish at +33 3 22 94 56 45 or the Tourist Office at +33 3 22 71 60 50.

Address12 Cour Dufosse, Amiens

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