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Kevin Anderson said 5 years ago
A beautiful church. Well maintained and i like that they have smaller services in their rear chapel. Great to visit as a tourist too.
Adam Hovey said 5 years ago
You know I'll be honest with you I've never been there. but at least I'm honest instead of putting a low rating without explaining why. You know I can read French I would know what it says
Sarah De Sousa said 5 years ago
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Frederic Blin said 6 years ago

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