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Eglise Notre-Dame des Sablons, Aigues-Mortes

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A Gothic church more than 800 years old, Eglise Notre-Dame des Sablons was used during the French Revolution as a church and barracks. Today people come to see its striking architecture, where rich wood on the ceiling and benches contrasts with the white stone construction. Inside you'll find a carved stone altar, statues of saints, and a richly carved medieval wooden crucifix. It stands as a strong example of Gothic religious architecture. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Eglise Notre-Dame des Sablons and many more Aigues-Mortes attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Aigues-Mortes trip itinerary builder.
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  • Visit the Church of our Lady of the sablons and superb in a city fortified in a State of preservation in breathtaking.
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  • Visit during your visit to acute dead! Very beautiful place of worship set in value by the stained glass windows of Viallat! A must!
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  • Enter and you will not regret, I mean, is that little thing it seems at first glance and opinions do not give it much importance, but if you're in Aigues-Mortes, be sure to enter, is only a moment and is free of charge. Best of all is that it will remain in your memory although not anything of this world I do not know why, but it is so. Superbien lit out, gives front to the central square of the village, especially is very cozy inside, wooden ceiling and beautiful stained-glass windows that illuminate inside the Church, also have a precious Nativity to the right side no longer enter.
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