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Inside the church Saint-Calixte - Saint-Evrard of Cysoing

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The old parish church was included in the abbey of Saint-Calixte (the body of Pope Saint Callixte arrived from Italy in 854, but the relics leave in Reims in 887, because of the risk incurred by the Norman invasions).
In 1705, to end big problems occurred between the abbey and the lords of Cysoing, a new church, dedicated to Saint Calixte and Saint Evrard, is high outside the monastery. The present church was completed in 1709.
This is a fine example of classic style (single nave lined with Ionic pilasters and vaulted domes). It is enlarged in 1827 and remodeled in 1876/80.

The shot was taken in february 2014, in the beginning of the afternoon. Panorama made in HDR version (enfuse).

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