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A Merovingian treasure

A beautiful crypte that can be visited thanks to the volunteers of this charming town in the Brie... read more

Reviewed April 26, 2018
betcr
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Extraordinary and quite unexpected Merovingian crypt

The monastery at Jouarre was originally founded by St Columban in 6th Century. Today there is still... read more

Reviewed November 30, 2017
RaphaelTobias
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Herefordshire, United Kingdom
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26 Apr 2018
“A Merovingian treasure ”
30 Nov 2017
“Extraordinary and quite unexpected Merovingian crypt”
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6 rue Montmorin, 77640 Jouarre, France
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Reviewed April 26, 2018 via mobile

A beautiful crypte that can be visited thanks to the volunteers of this charming town in the Brie. A must if you visit Jouarre

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Reviewed November 30, 2017

The monastery at Jouarre was originally founded by St Columban in 6th Century. Today there is still a flourishing Benedictine Abbey with over 30 nuns. It is well worth visiting the romanesque tower of their abbey church, which contains an excellent history of Jouarre, and...More

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Reviewed February 28, 2016

The detail in the stonework and the unusual early representation of Christ is really interesting and well worth a visit to see how amazingly well preserved the work is - especially since some of the stone was acquired from an earlier Roman villa! To gain...More

Thank MrThomas1981
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