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"Historic House of Prayer"

Calvin Auditory, formerly known as Notre-Dame-la-Neuve Chapel, is a quaint chapel tucked away in the heart of the scenic cityscape of Geneva in Switzerland. It was constructed in the 15th Century in Gothic architectural form. The unique chapel was once a lecture hall, and was frequented by John Calvin, the eminent theologian. Calvin used to regularly give discourses on Reformed tradition - a branch of Protestantism - at this venue.
Place de la Taconnerie, Geneva, Switzerland, 1204
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"Historic House of Prayer"
Calvin Auditory, formerly known as Notre-Dame-la-Neuve Chapel, is a quaint chapel tucked away in the heart of the scenic cityscape of Geneva in Switzerland. It was constructed in the 15th Century in Gothic architectural form. The unique chapel was once a lecture hall, and was frequented by John Calvin, the eminent theologian. Calvin used to regularly give discourses on Reformed tradition - a branch of Protestantism - at this venue.
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