Oct 16 2016
2800 churches across France, many of them centuries old landmarks, such as this Église Saint-Jacques d’Abbeville, a Neo-Gothic masterpiece in Abbeville, Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie dating back to 1868, will be demolished over the next few years.
Mosques on the other hand, continue to flourish. The Grand Mosque of Paris recently got a modern, fully retractable Roof, usually only found in football stadiums. Hundreds of new mosques are built every year in France, often with taxpayer money.