The Flamboyant-style St Paul's Church was begun in the early 16C and completed in 1639. It has a fine Baroque bell tower. The interior includes Baroque furniture and some fine woodwork. The chancel, which is narrower than the nave, gives an impression of great depth that is accentuated by the raised marble retable. In the left aisle, paintings from the School of Rubens cover the theme of the Mysteries of the Rosary. Among this selection of paintings, you can see Rubens's Flagellation.
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