The Church and Monastery of the Canonesses of Notre Dame
This complex was built in 1754 and was planned as a four-winged structure with a single-nave church in the west wing. However, the canonesses, who provided education for girls, were unable to complete the whole building because of a lack of money. Nonetheless, a large part had already been built and remains to this day, adjacent to the Opera House.
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