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Walk be filled with wonderment at such dedication to beauty. Say a prayer, light a candle if you wish,
you will walk away feeling the tranquility and peace one has after a short stay in such a lovely place of worship.
This is a lovely 14th century gothic church with the most beautiful blue stained glass windows. There is no charge for entry but feel free to give a donation. We thought the church was closed as the door was shut but when we went to...More
Beautiful windows and wonderful cloister (through the glass doors). No info/signs in English that I could see but easy enough to look up on your phone.
They recommend 1€ for church upkeep but this is voluntary.
Small shop selling postcards, books etc.
The big drawcard is the windows by an aging Marc Chagall (died 1985), which became necessary to replace earlier windows destroyed during the second world war. The church dates from 990 and has a double choir, one at each end. There is also a pleasant...More