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We stopped by to kill some time before a jeep tour in Arles, and so glad we did. The church is beautiful, and we were surprised to see a Camino office inside as well as a chapel full of different saint relics, floor to ceiling...More
The Romanesque Church of St. Trophime is one of the most interesting in Provence. It is named after Saint Trophime, whose name is known to every fan of French cinema. The city of Saint-Tropez, which served as a policeman in the performance of Louis de...More
... seemed the quietest, most under-stated place of worship I’ve been to. In a prominent position next to the Hotel du Ville & yet so serene ... definitely worth a visit whether you are Christian or not 😊
The entrance to the church is spectacular; I believe it dates from the 12th century. The interior is interesting enough but I think we were in and out within about 10 minutes. The main attraction is the outer portal.