Burgundy Sights


  • Rue de la Madeleine
  • Troyes
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 06/25/2015

Fodor's Review

The oldest church in Troyes, Ste-Madeleine is best known for its elaborate triple-arch stone rood screen separating the nave and the choir. Only six other such screens still remain in France—most were dismantled during the French Revolution. This filigreed Flamboyant Gothic beauty was carved with panache by Jean Gailde between 1508 and 1517. The superbly tranquil Garden of the Innocents, established on the ancient "children's graveyard," symbolizes medieval spirituality.

Sight Information


Rue de la Madeleine, Troyes, 10000, France



Sight Details:

  • May–Sept., Mon.–Sat. 10–12:30 and 2–7, Sun. 2–7; Oct.–Apr., Mon.–Sat. 9:30–12:30 and 2–5, Sun. 2–5

Published 06/25/2015


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