right next to the Eglise St Trophine, it is well worth visiting. Currently being renovated but still showing various rooms and the small cloister itself.
If you have an interest in religious history this site might be worth a look. We bought the attraction pass at the tourist info office (13.50 euros) so this did not "cost" us anything. Each of the pillars surrounding the courtyard has differing carvings depicting significant religious stories. Many were undergoing restoration work during our visit, so could not be... More
If you have purchased the pass this is worth a few minutes of your time. The place is undergoing a massive restoration which is nice to see and I would go back to view again when complete. I actually found learning about the restoration process more interesting then the sight itself. There are some tapestries upstairs that need some TLC... More
This church has the finest romanesque main entrance to be seen anywhere. The facade is filled with christian symbols.....check out the condemned hopping over the fires of hell. Exquisite detail. tour the inside clockwise and check out the tapestries,gothic apse and chapel.. The church is a stop for pilgrims on the santiago de Compostela in spain. Look at the cloisters... More
This cloister is undergoing renovation, but there are still many magnificent carvings to see. The courtyard is partially renovated, and there is a room containing tapestries. Upstairs, there are some of the common rooms, with access to the roof. There is not much in terms of informational signage, but that would just ruin the effect. Relax and enjoy letting your... More
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