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Unlike many churches in France, this one is mostly wooden inside. There are several rows of wooden balconies along the sides. The altars are beautifully decorated with gold and colorful paint. King Louis XIV married Marie Therese of Spain here. It’s fairly dark inside, but...More
Though he wanted all the power of his kingdom in Versailles, he got married as king of Navarra in this small coastal town. The upper sections of the balconies were not open for visitors, but nevertheless, a fabulous church.
In the heart of St. Jean de Luz is the Eglise de St. Jean-Baptiste where Louis XIV married Marie-Therese of Spain. The altarpiece with 18 statutes of saints is stunning and dominates the church. The portal facing Gambetta street through which the married couple walked...More