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Gives us the motivation to do the same in out country. Wonderfully preserved and presented. A must... read more

Reviewed October 8, 2013
Anil S
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what a wonderful place

You are traveling in Switzerland ? let very wellknown places and jump to Payerne, a small town... read more

Reviewed October 30, 2011
milou27
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8 Oct 2013
“Tourism information”
30 Oct 2011
“what a wonderful place”
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Payerne's Abbey Church, a gem of Romanesque architecture in Switzerland, was built in 11th century on the foundation of previous chrches. Payerne was a Clunisian priory from the 10th century, and therefore received donations from the kingdom of...more
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Place du Marche, Payerne 1530, Switzerland
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Reviewed October 8, 2013 via mobile

Gives us the motivation to do the same in out country. Wonderfully preserved and presented. A must visit if one has to understand the simplicity and humility with which the people in Switzerland live.

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Reviewed October 30, 2011

You are traveling in Switzerland ? let very wellknown places and jump to Payerne, a small town close to Yverdon-les-Bains and Lausanne. There you will find on Place du Marché a wonderful church built in 965, it was depending from Cluny monastere. Can you imagine...More

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