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Open at last!

This great building has finally been rebuilt and restored enough to be open to the public... read more

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Frances S
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Ashford, United Kingdom
You never know what you're going to find, but this was great!

Before posting this I looked at what others wrote and I didn't realize that DeGaulle was married... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
elindoo
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Stuart, Florida
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Rue de Croy, 62100, Calais, France
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Reviewed yesterday

This great building has finally been rebuilt and restored enough to be open to the public, & available for all to enjoy. The brick outside gives nothing away - inside the old stone columns soar from the shining floor to the beautiful new roof, the...More

Thank Frances S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Before posting this I looked at what others wrote and I didn't realize that DeGaulle was married here. That's history, along with all the bullet holes on the outside of this church. The garden area out back is impressive as well.

Thank elindoo
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

Happened to chance around this church and it just drew me in. Located near Place fed Armes ..it's got a huge reservoir next to it. The church is very peaceful having an alternate alter for services. The ceiling does not have columns and ir supported...More

Thank Anjali D
Reviewed 11 April 2018

Large imposing Catholic cathedral located a short distance from the waterfront, dating from the 12th century. It was closed the day of our visit. This is the church where Charles and Yvonne de Gaulle were married. Also on the grounds is a large cistern that...More

Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed 5 August 2017

This church is only open in July and August to visitors, but it is well worth a walk to see it. It is unique and the amount of work that has gone into its ongoing restoration is quite breathtaking. There is lots of information about...More

Thank Gemma D
Reviewed 22 July 2017

We stay in Calais fairly often and have on a few occasions tried to visit this church without success. However on our latest visit pleased to say church was open!! Historic location as was CDG marriage church and if the church looks like a church...More

Thank Anita37
Reviewed 7 December 2016

We visited while in Calais purely to see the Church where Charles de Gaulle was married it is a large unusual looking church from the outside and lovely inside. It is worth a visit

Thank 70ish
Reviewed 10 July 2016

The history of this very English cathedral is great the lady inside is so helpful in telling us all about this and I would advise anyone to visit this Notre Dam

Thank LJBCarmarthenshire
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Walked all the way round this interesting-looking building enjoying the construction of a Tudor garden with pergola, and a lot of raised herb garden beds with wicker edging. Lovely roses scent the air as you walk the paths, there is a knot garden, and it...More

Thank Frances S
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Spent the morning looking around, spectacular place and worth a visit. Went with friends and we all enjoyed it.

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