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Notre dame de bon voyage
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Située face au Palais des Festivals, c'est l'église centrale de Cannes.Elle contient 600 personnes assises, et jusqu’à 1100 places avec les tribunes ouvertes.Le choeur a été entièrement refait en cette fin d’année 2004, à l’occasion de la Consécration de l’Eglise, le 21 novembre 2004.Edifiée au 16e siècle pour protéger les habitants de Cannes de la peste bubonique, l’église Bon Voyage n’était qu’une chapelle nommée Notre-Dame des Sables, pour sa proximité avec les dunes de sable, puis elle devint Notre-Dame du Bord de Mer.

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