Saint-Jean-Baptiste Roman Catholic Church
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Saint-Jean-Baptiste Roman Catholic Church

Following a tragic fire that largely destroyed the Saint-Jean-Baptiste neighborhood in 1881, this superb church was built and quickly restored the area to life. Several architectural and decorative details make this church worth a visit, including intricate stained-glass work, marble furniture, paintings by Roman artist Cremonini, and a stately façade.

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