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Saint-Anne Church of Dijon
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L’église Sainte-Anne se trouve dans la rue portant le même nom dans le quartier protégé de Dijon. L’église est très belle à regarder et a été classée monument historique en 1945. Sa construction remonte à l’année 1709, devient un temple pour les Théophilanthropes pendant la révolution, redevient une chapelle au 20 ème siècle et enfin fut rachetée par la ville de Dijon en 1950. Elle abrite désormais en son sein le musée d’art sacré (il rassemble entre autre des objets datant du 12 et 19 ème liés à la religion).Très belle architecture avec son grand portail et sa coupole.

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