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The Eugenie Chapel was built in the Romanesque-Byzantine style and was named after Saint Eugenia, the patron saint of Napoléon III’s wife, Empress Eugénie de Montijo. The current church was finished in 1903. It has great window paintings and s crypt.
This Neo-Gothic Church stands on a small square just meters from/between downtown and the sea. Although not that big like others across France, it dominates the small town of Biarritz.
The interior is very nice decorated with marble and stained glass.
The only thing we...More
While in Biarrtiz take the time to visit this small but very beautiful church. The architectural style is Neo-Gothic and the interior is somber but adorned with exquisite stained glass windows. In front of the main altar, there is a small model of a ship,...More
It’s a magnificent Church near the shore and city center. Even if you have viewed a significant number of old European churches this one is not be missed if for no other reason than to look at some really great stained glass windows.