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St Jacques Church, Dieppe
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
St Jacques Church contains an unusual 16th century freize depicting tribal life in the Amazon, commissioned by the Dieppoise explorer Jean Ango. The church also houses a set of stained glass windows commemorating the 1639 departure of three Augustine Sisters to Quebec, where they founded the Hôtel-Dieu du Quebec—the first hospital in North America—and the Canadian raid on Dieppe 303 years later. To visit St Jacques Church on your trip to Dieppe, use our Dieppe trip itinerary maker.
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This is a lovely church to visit. Yes it needs restoring but the carvings are wonderful. Some nice enclave churches inside. It is located off the main square and is well worth popping in. Lets hope th... read more »
Eindelijk eens een niet-gerestaureerde authentieke kerk uit de middeleeuwen. Prachtige gebrandschilderde ramen!Finally a non-restored authentic Church from the middle ages. Beautiful stained glass Windows!show original
Interessante kerk naar architectuur en indeling, maar vooral naar de kroniek van het verval. De zandsteen lijkt snel te eroderen en de pleisterlagen vallen van de muren en plafonds. Veiligheidsnetten ... read more »Interesting Church to architecture and layout, but especially to the Chronicle of the decay. The sandstone seems to quickly erode and the plaster layers fall from the walls and ceilings. Safety nets were stretched to visitors and to protect the stone believers manna.show original
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