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The Saint-Nizier Church is a Flamboyant Gothic church with a Renaissance portal that is named after 6th century bishop Nicetius of Lyon.
The Saint-Nizier Church is a Flamboyant Gothic church with a Renaissance portal that is named after 6th century bishop Nicetius of Lyon. Destroyed and rebuilt several times since the original 5th century basilica on the site, it houses the tomb of the venerable Pauline-Marie Jaricot.
1 Rue Saint-Nizier, 69002 Lyon, France
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