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Bas-reliefs de la façade de l'Église Saint-Sébastien

Reliefs on the façade of Saint Sebastian Church

Joseph Dieudonné Pierre
1732

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Reliefs from left to right:
  1. Saint Charles Borromée - (Italian: Carlo Borromeo) (1538 - 1584), cardinal, worked during the Counter-Reformation and was responsible for significant reforms in the Catholic Church (Wikipedia).
  2. Christ (photo bottom left)
  3. La Vierge - The Virgin Mary - Saint Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ (Wikipedia).
  4. Saint Nicolas - (4th century), Bishop of Myra (Wikipedia).
On the roof, two statues, added in 1882 (see separate entry:

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Locatie (N 48°41'20" - E 6°10'52")

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Item Code: frlo090; Photograph: 14 June 2011
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