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This was one of my favorite places in HonFleur. A beautiful church, hidden at the top of a long hill with beautiful views over the city. Just five minutes walk from the church is Panorma Mont-Joli which is one of the best views of HonFleur....More
There is a tourist train that takes you to the top, to visit the church, see the view and hear the bells ring. Wish we'd known as it was a hot walk up there. Strictly speaking I don't think the structure outside the church is...More
We walked up a very steep hill (100 meters) on the west side of Honfleur’s harbor to reach this chapel. It was built in 1600 to 1615 by the townspeople and mariners of Honfleur, replacing a former chapel destroyed during a landslide. The chapel sits...More
We visited the Notre Dame de Grace Church as part of our trip on Le Petit Train de Honfleur. The Church is old, high above the town and with the bells on a large framework outside the Church. It was well worth a visit.
How anyone can just say this is “just a church on a hill” beats me.
It is the church where prayers were said for the people setting out from France for Canada 500 years ago. They were risking their lives to settle an unknown land....More
I'm at a loss to know why anyone would take the time to visit? If you take Le Petite Train (for the ride, not the destination) I understand, otherwise not so much.
The bells a a bit cool; be there when they ring.
We walked to this church down a quiet country road after climbing up to see the view of the Pont de Normandie. We were expecting to find ourselves almost alone in a quiet spot. We were surprised to find that people were visiting the church...More