Visite guidée de la Chapelle du Refuge

In 1690, the Marquis Froissard de Broissia, Master of Requests at the Franche-Comté Parliament, created the “Maison du bon pasteur”, a religious establishment for young women. In 1739, Nicolas Nicole (1702-1784), a famous architect from Bisontin, designed the chapel for the establishment. The Greek cross plan and the concave façade of the building were inspired by the church of Saint Agnes in Argona by the architect Francesco Borromini, located in Rome’s famous Piazza Navona.

Visite guidée de la Chapelle du Refuge
18 rue de l’Orme de Chamars
25000 BESANCON
03 81 61 50 50
info@besancon-tourisme.com
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Opening periods and special opening conditions / Covid-19

4 p.m.: Thursday 19 January, Monday 27 February, Monday 27 March, Friday 28 April reservation required
from 02/27/2023 to 04/28/2023