Église Notre Dame (Clisson)

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Notre-Dame de Clisson
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Notre-Dame de Clisson is located in France
Notre-Dame de Clisson
Notre-Dame de Clisson
47°05′15″N 1°16′52″W / 47.087485°N 1.281243°W / 47.087485; -1.281243Coordinates: 47°05′15″N 1°16′52″W / 47.087485°N 1.281243°W / 47.087485; -1.281243
Country France
Denomination Roman Catholic
History
Founder(s) Olivier de Clisson
Architecture
Architectural type church

Église Notre Dame is a Roman Catholic church in the town of Clisson, France. It was founded by Olivier V de Clisson in the 14th–15th century. The church was raized during the War in the Vendée, and later renovated under the Empire in the early 19th century. It was completely demolished and rebuilt in 1887–88 by Nantais architect René Ménard.

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