The Chapelle de la Miséricorde is an 18th-century Roman Catholic church built by the famous architect Bernardo Vittone. Because the Chapelle de la Miséricorde is not far from the restaurant, the whole body is light yellow, so it is very impressive. The hall did not open, only the appearance.
This is a relatively small attraction, the tour time is very fast
A Catholic church in Nice that looks like a lot of Roman columns, the interior is decorated but not particularly ornate, the sculptures are some saints and overall look like places to meditate on leisure
The main building is in the style of Piemont Baroque. The exterior walls are brightly colored and the exterior decoration is simple and unadorned. Located on the Salaya boulevard, the original site of the Kingdom of Sardinia was built in the mid-18th century. The exquisite gold mud decorated frescoes on the ceiling tell the story of the Bible. It is still an important religious place in Nice. Get off the tram T1 line Opéra-VieilleVille.
The beige building is more distinctive than ordinary churches.