Saint Peter’s Bell Tower


The square that shares the same name is where you can find the bell tower of the non-existent Saint Peter’s Church. The ancient parish, then collegiate, was demolished in 1870 after being declared hazardous. In its place stands a great Himalayan cedar which is 43 metres tall today and has a 45 metre top. It seems to have been planted there as an antireligious protest to prevent another religious building from being built.