Chapelle Notre-Dame- de-Lourdes
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Chapelle Notre-Dame- de-Lourdes information
Now hidden among the university buildings, this Romanesque gem was built by the Sulpicians in 1876 to cement their influence in Montréal. The chapel was designed by Rue St-Denis resident and artist Napoléon Bourassa, whose frescoes dotted about the interior are regarded as his crowning glory.