Église Notre Dame (Clisson)

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Notre-Dame de Clisson
47°05′15″N 1°16′52″W / 47.087485°N 1.281243°W / 47.087485; -1.281243
Country France
Denomination Roman Catholic

Église Notre Dame is a church in the French town of Clisson. Founded by Olivier V Clisson, this church would date from the 14th-15th century. Burned and looted during the Wars of Vendée, the church was restored under the Empire (early 19th century). The church was completely demolished and rebuilt in 1887-88, by Nantais architect René Ménard.


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