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Apart from the seer size, solidity and magnificence of this building at night on its surroundings and gardens there are a lot of very lively restaurants cafes and bars that in my opinion are the best in the city. Great area to visit church, eat...More
From our apartment in Avignon, we enjoyed a great view of the church and the sound of the bells, so we decided to pay a visit. It's very nice and has some interesting touches, for example a beautiful old tapestry of the church front. If...More
Either way this Church ticks all the boxes and as we did 3 Churches during our visit to Avignon we found different items of interest in each ! What stood out at St P was the intricate carved doors be they Walnut , Cedar ,...More
You'd never think so modestly as to call this Gothic jewel a mere parish church, but it is. It is located in a square in the center of Avignon. You can't really go inside, we were told, but the outside had more than enough architectural...More
Well worth a visit the dots merit several mentions in reviews but our tour guide pointed out the face of a Native American Indian on one of them, a bit of a surprise but as the Americas had just been discovered it was included to...More
St. Peter's is more a church than museum. It does have a stunning doorway and windows that have survived more than a few wars. Beautiful courtyard and behind the church are many restaurants and cafes to choose from.
I was surprised to enter in the middle of a service. And I was even more surprised about the old fashioned way of serving mass. The priest still standing with his back to the flock as 40 years ago in my own church. Strange to...More