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Jean-Baptiste Philippe Cannissié (19 January 1799, in Landau – 7 August 1877, in Lille) was a French architect and painter. He was architect to the city of Lille from 1849 to 1867, notably overseeing the restoration of the Église Saint-Maurice.
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