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The beautiful XI century tower of Normandy was not to be missed.
We visited on a quite Monday and were blown away. The whole town was charming and could have been straight from a film set. Not to be missed are the cloisters and worth...More
This is a huge place, and not at all pretty in the Anglican sense of white paint, elaborate ceilings and gold highlights. Dark stone walls, basic utilitarian seating, make it all look rather uninviting until you look at the many beautiful windows, which make the...More
This place is in the centre of Treguier and is a huge and impressive structure it's flying buttresses and stained glass. There is a ramp to the main entrance and the inside is accessible for wheelchairs.
If you like this style of building this is...More
One sees so many cathedrals on a trip,around France that one blends into another. That said, the Cathedral of St Tugdual and the 13th Century St Yves is remarkable and,well worth the visit. The entry is free but the two euros for the cloister is...More
The cathedral has an interesting history. Don't miss the guides in many languages at the entrance. It is not of the size and beauty of many French cathedrals, but it has some interesting features. The windows were all destroyed in the Revolution, but the new...More
After Mass on Sunday, Treguier is a quiet town and it's a perfect time to wander round this imposing but unusual church. The very tall spire is the first thing that grabs the attention . Apart from its size, it is designed with many holes...More