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In the 19th century, the population of Beaulieu grew rapidly and tourists became more and more numerous, hence the need to have a larger church than the chapel of Sancta Maria de Olivo, which is nowadays a venue for exhibitions.

The French and foreign guests who passed the winter in the commune contributed to the financing of the new church. However, due to lack of money, the central tower and two pinnacle turrets were never built.

The first stone was laid in 1899 following the instructions of the local architect Joseph Bovis and the church consecrated in 1903. The present porch was completed in 1927.

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Centre pastoral, 28 Bd Mal Leclerc, 06310 BEAULIEU/MER

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This edifice was built from plans by Temple Moore on land graciously donated by Sir James Livesey to allow the English community to practice the Anglican form of worship.

In 1904, two aisles and a bell-tower were added by architect Aaron Messiah.

The monument was not spared by World War II and suffered considerable damage when a bomb passed through the roof and ceilings. The roof could be repaired until 1950.

This church still belongs to the Anglican religious community and has been listed as a Historic Monument since 3 July 2020.

11 Chemin des Myrtes, 06310, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France

Phone : +33(0)4 93 01 45 61

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