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The Église de Brou has become one of the most visited sites in France and is known for its flamboyant gothic style, its finely carved marble tombs and the beautifully carved choir stalls.
Brou Church (Eglise de Brou)
Église de Brou mini guide
|Department:||The Rhone Alps (SE France) > Rhone Alps > Ain >|
|Location:||Located in the suburbs of Bourg En Bresse|
|Address::||Boulevard de Brou, Bourg En Bresse|
|Quick links to accommodation:||Accommodation near Église de Brou - Hotels in Église de Brou|
The church (1505-1536) was commissioned by Margaret of Austria (1530), daughter of the Emperor Maximilian and wife of Philibert II, Duke of Savoy, after her husband's death (1504). The couple's finely sculpted tombs can be seen in the choir, along with the tomb of Margaret of Bourbon, Philibert's mother, who died in 1483.
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