Église de la Madeleine (Besançon)

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The église Sainte-Madeleine is a neoclassical 18th century hall church in the Battant district of Besançon, France, dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene. Antoine-Pierre II de Grammont, the archbishop of Besançon, had it built from 1746 to 1766 to plans by the architect Nicolas Nicole.

Coordinates: 47°14′24″N 6°1′9″E / 47.24000°N 6.01917°E / 47.24000; 6.01917