Eglise Sainte Marie

Eglise Sainte Marie, Saint-Etienne

Eglise Sainte Marie
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Hooray H
London, UK2,255 contributions
Mediocre Indutrial town
Aug 2020
It's a bit like where I grew up- an industrial town with a dash of history.
Back here after 23 years when our hosts got married.
It has some character.
We didn't really explore mush of the town as we were house guests & but we did get to know the nice Railway station.
Written December 11, 2020
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Filrish_Igorota
Dublin, Ireland43 contributions
Saint Etienne
Aug 2016 • Family
Went to see this church. Quite stunning. It's a very old church. It's being visited a lot. The design of the chirch os very impressive. The good thing is there is no entrance fee. You're free to enter the compound and inside the church.
Written August 25, 2016
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Nous sommes heureux que vous ayez été étonné et même impressionné par le décor et l’architecture de l’église Sainte Marie de la Visitation. Vous faites remarquer, et c’est une bonne chose, que l’entrée dans ce monument soit libre et gratuite. En effet, Dieu s’offre gratuitement à qui le cherche. Vous avez eu la curiosité de vous y promener longuement et vous en avez été récompensé. We are glad you were surprised and even impressed by the decor and architecture of the Church of St. Mary of the Visitation . You point and that is a good thing, that entry into this monument is open and free . Indeed , God provides free that seeketh him. You have been curious for you to walk long and you have been awarded.
Written August 30, 2016
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AnnKirby
Vancouver, WA655 contributions
German Soldiers Hid in Confessional on D-Day
Jun 2016 • Business
A poster in French and English describes what happened here on June 6, 1944. What a story these medieval Gothic church walls could tell. Our French guide who has a doctorate in World War II history added another line to the ending of the poster story. The German soldiers hiding in the confessional who sneezed from the dust swept up while the sexton was clearing up the night's debris were machine-gunned.
Written July 8, 2016
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