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When you come to a popular tourist destination like Mont-St-Michel it is fun to find hidden gems. This little chapel definitely qualifies. You have to work a little to find it, and it's probably best to access when the tide is out. Do take care...More
There's also a very small cemetery just out the back door. Services are still performed here, and this was closed for part of the day for a private ceremony. The interior is beautiful with lots of medieval touches.
I am reviewing the church that is at the map location that Trip Advisor has for this sight. It was built in the 11th century and has the same name as the one at Mont St. Michel. It was interesting to see, although locked and...More
Mont St. Michel is an iconic and recognizable island cathedral off the coast of Normandy. Centuries old, it's a fascinating structure to visit, surrounded but the sea at high tide. There are many many steps to climb, to reach the chapel at the top. The...More
When you go there, you will get the Medieval feels. Inside you will see rose windows like other abbeys and other common stuff found in churches. There are some blank rooms and souvenir shops inside the building. Outside, there is a beautiful garden good for...More