• Attractions
  • Religious heritage

Also known as the Lys Cathedral, this 7th century church is dedicated to Saint Peter and Saint Paul. It was rebuilt in 1925 in a Neo-Romanesque and Byzantine style.

Take the time to admire:

  • Its Art Nouveau furniture
  • The Crypt with its two polychrome tombs from the 14th century
  • Its baroque choir stalls made in 1714 by sculptor L. Gombette from Lille
  • Baptismal fonts made in Rance marble

Practical information

  • Free access al year round
  • Guided tours for groups (book with the Tourist Office)

 

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Equipement

Car parking - Parking - Restaurant

Visites

Guide available/groups - FR - NL

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