The antique sign above the the entrance to the former Hôtel Dieu (God’s Hotel) which was built in 1772 as a city hospital. The hospital was demolished in 1977 and all that remains today is the entrance gate and Le Dôme, the former bell tower to the hospital’s chapel.

The antique sign above the the entrance to the former Hôtel Dieu (God’s Hotel) which was built in 1772 as a city hospital. The hospital was demolished in 1977 and all that remains today is the entrance gate and Le Dôme, the former bell tower to the hospital’s chapel.

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