Eglise Saint-Louis de Novel

The Eglise Saint-Louis de Novel is a catholic church built during the 1960’s in the Novel-Teppes neighbourhood of Annecy. It was designed in the brutalist style by architect Michel Saint-Maurice.

Above, nativity scene for Christmas.

Above, stations of the Cross by Constant Demaison.

Above, fish-shaped stoup.


Église Saint-François de Sales (Annecy)

The Église Saint-François de Sales is a catholic church built in the 17th century and located in the old town of Annecy, near the Thiou canal. It is consecrated to Saint Francis de Sales, who grew up in Annecy. The church used to host his shrine but the tomb is now located in the Basilique de la Visitation.

Cathédrale Saint-François-de-Sales de Chambéry

The Cathédrale Saint-François-de-Sales de Chambéry (Chambéry Cathedral) is a Catholic church in the old town of Chambéry (Savoie), dedicated to Saint François de Sales. The building dates from the 15th century, when it was constructed as a Franciscan chapel and is decorated with the largest ensemble of trompe l’oeil painting in Europe, made by artist Casimir Vicario in 1834.

Above, trompe l’oeil painting.

Above, replica of the Shroud of Turin (Saint-Suaire).

Above, park next to the church.

Eglise Notre-Dame-de-Liesse

The Église Notre-Dame-de-Liesse is a catholic church located in the old town of Annecy, Haute-Savoie. A church was present on the site in the 14th century but the current building dates from the mid-19th century.

Above, stained glass representing Saint-François de Sales.

Above, station of the Cross.

Above, obelisk and fountain in front of the church.

Above, behind the church in Jardin de l’Evêché.