The building is gorgeous and a wonder to observe from inside and out. The wall in which the entrance is located is covered in engravings of Bible stories and the towers give the building a lot of character. Inside is a lot more simple than I had expected for a Catholic Church, especially the stained glass windows. A lot of history amongst the French wars and a nice place to sit and contemplate for a few moments.
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