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This church was so we were told originally a cathedral and constructed in the twelfth century. The octagonal bell tower is unusual and is on three levels. The old but very substantial font is large and dates from when full body baptism took place. The...More
The ostensions are every seven years. There's a display in the square after the main ceremonies take place. There is dressing up and parading even in these modern days of increasing rationalism and secularisation.
You can see the steeple from miles away and the inside does not dissapoint. It is not touristy, and the stained glass work is amazing. It is a great place to stop and stretch your legs. It also serves as the backdrop to producer's markets...More
This is a huge church located in the centre of the village. Once inside it was very cold, dark and dank, definitely a "putting the fear of god into you" type of church, rather than a "god is love" church. There is usually a music...More
This "Church" stands in a small French village near the top of a hill, and can been seen from most angles for miles around.
When we went 16th August they were just setting up a festival to celebrate one saints, however this did not stop...More
An amazing place of worship, at the heart of the Le Dorat community. For a relatively small French town, the size of the building is enormous. There's frequent events in the square outside the Collegiale, from farmer's markets to historic car rallies. If you are...More
This church is huge! Lovely to stroll around and then to enjoy Le Dorat town. Visit in the summer months when the producers market is held outside every alternate Thursday and the band is playing on the steps.