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Notre Dame de Paris
In the sanctuary, backed by the South-East pillar of the transept, always white flowers honor a Virgin and child praying under the term "Notre Dame de Paris".
Mausoleum of the Earl of Harcourt
On the Eastern wall of the chapel Saint-Guillaume is backed the mausoleum of count Claude-Henry D'Harcourt, Lieutenant-General of the armies of the King, died on 5 December 1769 to 65 years.
Saint Teresa of the child Jesus
In the south transept is leaning against the wall a statue of Saint Teresa of Lisieux, carved by Louis Castex. The Saint is represented, life-size, in foot, squeezing against her chest a cross and bouquets of rose.
Closing of the choir
At the level of the choir, the visitor notices the carved wall separating the traffic area (hence the name of ambulatory) and the Interior of the choir where the chanoins were held for prayer. The function of this wall is obvious: to provide the canons with a minimum of calm. The faithful of the past were less numerous [...]