Eglise Saint-Cannat

  • Historic site and monument
  • Religious heritage
  • Church
  • Baroque
Place Des Prêcheurs 13002 Marseille 2ème
The church of the Dominican friars (friars preachers) built in the 16th century, became a parish in 1803 under the name of Saint-Cannat, former bishop of Marseille.
The facade was built by the Gérard brothers in a Roman style (from 1739 to 1744), which contrasts with the nave which is of a late Gothic style. The baptistery is located in the first chapel on the left. A gilded gate gives access to it. It is dominated by the classified painting by Pierre Parrocel (18th century) representing the baptism of Christ.

Also to be seen : the high altar in polychrome marble (1755) and paintings by Serre, Reisson, Faudran. Pulpit of the 17th century. Parish...
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Eglise Saint-Cannat
Place Des Prêcheurs 13002 Marseille 2ème
  • Close to a public transportation
  • Subway station < 500 m
Updated on 21 February 2022 at 14:48
by Office de Tourisme des Loisirs et des Congrès de Marseille
(Offer identifier : 5537989)
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