This is a small church with artworks housed inside, as well as archaeological components underneath the existing church. It houses an extensive terra cotta collection indigenous to Angers. It also hosts art exhibits and, at the time we visited, the exhibit was of modern art pieces.
The church's architecture is particularly Angevin, which makes it different from more common Gothic-style churches in its light, air, and color. Highly recommended!
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