A small town church but perfect if you are planning a wedding in France! Not many decorations but Monet is buried right behind.
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Saw many vast cathedrals while visiting France, but this small, simple village church was among the loveliest we toured. Minutes from Monet's house and garden, the nearby graveyard includes his family's final resting place--moving and beautifully kept. Well worth the walk.
When visiting Monet's House and Gardens, it is worth the short walk to see the church and the graveyard where Monet is buried.
This was the tiny church that Monet's family attended, and outside the church one can see the family gravestones. The church is a short walk from Monet's house and garden, and is worth seeing to appreciate the milieu in which Monet lived and worked. One...More
The Church is interesting and quaint. Enjoyed the walk form Monet's house to the church the best. Very lovey and to see the small city.
We walked here to see the church because we had some time before heading back to the train station. It is about a 10 minute walk from the gardens. We walked around the outside first where there are a few memorials to people who died...More
A small church, like many in France. It is surrounded by a graveyard where Monet, his family members, and other local famous people are buried. It marks the end of the village than can be visited by a tourist, beyond it there is not much...More
GO here if you are visiting Monet's garden and have some time left over. It is cute little church and the graves of people are interesting, but otherwise, not really worth more time.
Took a lovely walk to see where Monet was buried along with other relatives of his. The church was such a quaint but pretty structure with a small cemetery behind the church. Sadly Monet's grave marker is cracked, but still worth seeing. Also several other...More