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Église Saint-Laurent

in Veauche
  • Construction began in 1885.
    It was previously a simple chapel attached to the Saint Pancrace church in Veauche. It was then named after the patron saint of glass makers.

  • It is Neo-Gothic in style and made of brick.
    You will see lots of decorative Lombard bands and inlays with geometric designs.
    Two polygonal bell towers topped by steeples and spires surround the Western façade. There is a rose window above an aisle in the Western façade along with a statue at the top of it.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • All year 2024