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We stumbled across this chapel while walking in St Paul de Vence. It is quiet and cool inside and very peaceful, but it’s primary attraction, the mosaics. The mosaic behind the altar is stunning and there are more pictures in the alcoves down the side walls.
We visited this chapel and really knew nothing about its creator--Folon, but we were impressed by the beautiful mosaics, light golden colors, and the airy feeling throughout the chapel. It was well worth seeing for a modest fee.
A historic and baeutiful place, out of the tourist bustle in a stunning old walled town, which offers cool and quiet and a place to reflect on all the history and life around; well worth a visit, and a pasue in a probably fairly hectic day. It is for anyone
Very beautiful. Inside this chapel the paintings, mosaic must be experienced. These is a sense of harmony that is worth the visit. Very helful staff.
The chapel is beautiful and absolutely worth a visit. The museum (ticket gets you entry to both) is essentially a series of tableaux with wax dummies portraying scenes from the history of St. Paul de Vence, it’s great if like me you appreciate a good unintentionally odd museum,…