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Walking up the cobbled way to St Melanie you appreciate the grandeur of the building. Inside its austere with soaring fluted granite columns and the hint of past glories. Remnants of frescoes are glimpses to the past...choral music echoes around the church. This is a...More
An interesting church in the centre of Rennes with some very good stained glass windows to study.A rare remnant of wall paintings demonstrate how this church was decorated in the past. Round the back are the remnants ofthe cloisters and an entrance into the wonderful...More
Ste. Madeleine has a beautiful façade, large wooden entry doors, gorgeous stained glass windows that tell their own story and twin towers reaching towards the heavens...light a votive at the statue of "Lady of Rennes".
I don't know why I'm so impressed with every huge structures of any cathedrals or churches, even plain or great with differ in richness in history gives me an intuitive mind and ideas of how people are connected to faith and religious belief, this place...More
This Cathedral is one of the most surprising monument to me. Astonishing piece of architecture beautiful and serene atmosphere. Must visit the collections. Located at the bank of river La Siene articulate the beauty of paris.
St. Mélaine church is supposedly an abbey. It is rich in history given that it was used as a cathedral between 1803 and 1844 when the actual cathedral was demolished. For an abbey, it is rather plain. The stations of the cross are full of...More