You have to love these unexpected finds. Cathedrals hold an unbelievable role in history. The artefacts inside are often no less engaging.
Read more →Sainte-Chapelle was an utterly unexpected delight. The stained glass in this chapel is breath-taking.
Read more →St Michaels has clearly moved with the times. Inside the walls are crisp, clean, and the upper level is a delight. The walkway from staircase to the church offices is a delightful mixture of wooden railings with a glass floor.
Read more →Bourg-en-Bresse was small enough to be easily walkable, and there was more to see than I expected.
Read more →Short film of Notre-Dame des Malades in Vichy, France.
Read more →One of our new food markets sits next to Paroisse Catholique du Saint Nom de Jesus. This Roman Catholic church is surrounded by mainly residential buildings in 6ème, Lyon.
Read more →We stumbled upon the church of Saint Vincent and Saint Paul in Vieux Lyon this weekend. The church is nestled between the old centre of the city and a railway station.
Read more →The Roman Catholic Church is celebrating Palm Sunday today. For the last week, street stalls have appeared near churches selling palm fronds and cuts of another plant.
Read more →As befits an old European city, Lyon has many religious buildings. Wandering around the city turns up more churches than I can track. The most notable are Primatiale Saint Jean-Baptiste de Lyon and the Basilique Notre Dame de fourvière.
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