Wednesday, September 24, 2008

L'eglise St Julien du Serre

This is the church of St Julien du Serre which you might also recognise from my header picture. I fell in love with it the moment I saw it.

It's not particularly big nor spectacular. It was built in the 12th Century & over the years, been modified & expanded but it still remains a beautiful structure.

The church is only opened for service once a month & for special occasions like this one here. Even though I've been inside that one time, it was too crowded to take it all in. So naturally when it was opened for the Heritage Weekend, I needed to go see it again.

So here are images of the church which was designated a Historical Monument in 1906.








3 comments:

bACk in GERMANY said...

Beautiful pictures.... thanks for taking me along on this tour!

petite fleur said...

It was my pleasure.

Beau Lotus said...

I agree with you, beautiful beautiful church.