Betto, Jean (1647–1722). The Betto family provided architects who practised in and around Nancy, Lorraine, in C17 and C18. Jean is the most celebrated, remembered for the interior design of the Cathedral (1699–1736), but his son, Jacques, and grandson, also Jacques (1714– ), carried out designs for various churches in Nancy.
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