French Churches 5 Replies It seemed that most every town we visited had a beautiful church or cathedral. Some dated from medieval times and others were relatively new (19th century). Eglise Notre Dame de la Persévérence (St. Mary of Perseverance), Barbizon, France Bayeux Cathedral, built between the 12th and 16th centuries. Stained glass window on the Bayeux Cathedral St. Cecelia Cathedral in Albi was built in the 13th century. The outside looks more like a fort than a church, while the inside is full of ornate paintings, sculptures and carvings. Side altars inside the Albi Cathedral The Cathedral in Le Mans Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Absolutely amazing! I could take a month and still not see them all! 😇
I was in France for 3 weeks and could easily have stayed another 3 weeks! There is so much to see and do. I loved every minute of it. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Wow so beautiful Cathedral ! Thanks for sharing 🙂😊
So many beautiful churches/cathedrals around France (and many of them are named Notre Dame).
Yes absolutely 😊