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johnhouston2 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Knaresborough, United Kingdom3,892 contributions1,665 helpful votes
Go through the archway at the top of the Main Street and you reach a peaceful, quiet and rather atmospheric part of St Didier. As well as glimpses through the gateway of the private chateau, you can view the magnificent fountain (see separate review) and the church. The church here dates from 1758 and is relatively plain and slightly shabby which, perhaps strangely, makes it much more authentic in my view as I can’t get my head around village churches on which huge amounts of money have been spent on ornamentation and extravagant decor. The church in St Didier is a place where you just know that some of the old ladies in the village give a bit of a clean now and then, and put some flowers in a vase. It’s a place where, over many years, the villagers have shared grief, happiness and, probably, images of hell and damnation delivered from the pulpit over countless Sundays. In other words, it is a typical village or small town church.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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