- Cultural heritage
Cathedrals, churches and abbeys
Eglise Saint Leu
About this equipment
Built in 1481, the church of Saint Leu is one of the twelve ancient parishes of Amiens. Dedicated to Saint Leu, Bishop of Sens in the 7th century, it took the place of an ancient priory dedicated to Saint Lambert. Its plan based on three naves, modelled on hall-churches, is well adapted to the soil structure at the base of the valley. Its flamboyant Gothic elevation supports a panelled roof structure.
Architectural style: Gothic
Animaux Acceptés: no
Closed on public holidays: yes
Average tour time: 60
Commentary in: French, English, German
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