Église Saint-Didier


The church of Saint-Didier in Asfeld is the strangest church Champagne-Ardennes and even France. Built in the late seventeenth century Baroque style, it consists of a schema pentagonal rotunda and vestibule porch bell. A completely original plan that we compare the shape of a viola. Entirely built of brick architecture with columns, domes and cupolas are really bold. None of the walls of the building does not follow a straight line. An extravagant form designed by the architect François Roman, Flemish Dominican monk, certainly under the command of Count Avaux. His originality is such that historians raised the hypothesis that two other artists have intervened in its realization.


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