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The Collegiate Church of Saint-Vulfran

The Collegiate Church of Saint-Vulfran
Built from 1488, it is a masterpiece of flamboyant Gothic art from the North of France. Its facade is remarkable: rose, gallery, Renaissance statues, two symmetrical towers over 55m high, surmounted by two watchtowers. The central portal is a fabulous testimony to the work of the Picardy "huchiers" illustrated by Renaissance leaves. It was not until the 17th century that the nave was completed in a Gothic style. Remarkable interior for the altarpieces of the side chapels and modern stained glass windows of religious and biblical inspiration, the Stations of the Cross and paintings, a set painted by William Einstein.
Collegiate Church of Saint Vulfran
Parvis Saint Vulfran - 80100 - Abbeville
Tel: +33 (0) 3 22 24 27 92