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We visited both churches in Fougères medieval part, and found the history of this church to be overwhelming. Take a little walk along side the outside wall of the church first, and see the sculptures of the seven sins... greed, avarice. Laziness, etc...first. Then go...More
This is an older church than Eglise Saint Leonard (big church on the hill) and was the first church outside the chateau. It is a nice church but not comparable to many of the incredible cathedrals in France. I highly recommend walking around the outside...More
Not as impressive or large as Ste. Leonard, this nice church near the chateau is still worth a visit, beautiful stained glass, fine sculpture and frescoes...a well appointed eglisè aming many in the area.
A very calm and quiet, restful feeling in this wonderfully appointed church. Excellent stained glass windows complement the wonderful ceiling and wall paintings with an very impressive and gold alter area. Well owrth viewing inside.
We noticed the spire first from far away, as we approached it from the garden. Walked thru the park, and through the old town. It's in a lovely setting. Loved the little sculptures and gargoyles on the outside. Inside, it is very clean, quiet and...More
This church was built for the inhabitants of Fougères. There was a chapel in the 'chateau' but of course this was not for the common people. There is a very nice feeling in this church like you sense the people then put love into building...More
Many French churches feel rather cold and abandoned, especially when they are on a vast scale. Saint-Sulpice is not like that. It still feels like a living place of prayer. The stained glass windows are absolutely enormous but are relatively modern and therefore easy to...More