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The church stands in the middle of the town near the river with an extended small garden and is open to all though photography is not allowed yet the Father permitted us to take quick pictures on our visit .
All in a pleasant experience...More
This is a quiet, neatly kept church in a small, commercial town. The grounds are pleasant and serene, and the interior of the temple is similarly peaceful, reverent, and well-maintained. I do recommend this church for a quick visit if you are going to be...More
Its located very near to the Strand (Ranighat). The church stands for over two centuries to mark the beauty of the architecture during the French period — a good place to visit for the historians and tourists alike. Very similar to Bandel church. We were...More
This is a beautiful example of the presence of the French in Bengal.(The French had colonies in Pondichery, Karikkal, Mahe and Chandannagar ) Shaped like a Cross, the church has excellent stained glass works in windows, skylights.The pillars, columns and the entire work is
The finest example of colonial French architecture in Bengal. The church used to be the centre point of Chandernagore during the colonial days. It is a big church with beautiful interiors. Worth visiting during Christmas.
A very well maintained Church. It is situated very near to the famous land mark Strand in Chandannagar. The church is having a very well kept garden in addition other sacred things connected with Jesus.
Chandan Nagar church is situated in the Hooghly district , West Bengal of India. It was previously a French colony. It is basically a suburban town situated on the bank of river Hooghly and opposite to North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. The town...More