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Abbey of Saint-Germain d'Auxerre, Auxerre
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En plus d'être une magnifique abbaye, celle-ci acceuille 3 'mini' musée qui chacun valent le détour. Je recommande fortement la visite guidée de la crypte, la guide était excellente.In addition to being a beautiful Abbey, this 3 'mini' Museum welcomes each worth a visit. I highly recommend the guided tour of the crypt, the guide was excellent.show original
Cet endroit a du être très impressionnant mais n'a pas été proprement respecté par les divers régimes ayant gouverné la France. Je trouve que l'ensemble mériterait une meilleure mise en valeur malgré ... read more »This place had to be very impressive, but is not properly met by the various regimes that ruled the France. I find that the whole deserves a better development despite the fact that what was destroyed (under Napoleon) can no longer be reconstructed. The Carolingian crypt was the main attraction of the tour for me but is by guided tour only and we arrived after the last of the morning.show original
Il y a du bon et du moins bon ! Le lieu est somptueux, rendons grâce aux anciens qui ont permis à ce lieu exceptionnel d'exister, croître et se développer jusqu'aujourd'hui. Le cloître, l'avant-nef am... read more »There are good and not so good! The place is gorgeous, give thanks to the elders who have helped with this exceptional place to exist, grow and develop until today ' hui. The cloister, the avant-nef converted to let your eyes the traces of the past and the location of old sarcophagi, the Abbey Church which begins to be highlighted thanks to lighting. The shop offers a wide range of work on the stone, heritage, art and the playfulness. The large and small can find treasures with their next few memories. However dust! The so-called rooms of the Museum are old, with facilities worthy of a camp of the 1960s: old panels, typographies antediluvian, and worse still, supervisors of rooms which do not say hello, who carry on their shoulders all the unhappiness of the ancient world and who seem more able to talk about the latest issue of Gala rather than the Gallo-Roman. The site is so sumptuous but beware the pitfalls linked perhaps to the city policy to defend its culture because there would be much better to do than that. I encourage you to get there (more for stone for the excitement, passion and passionate humanity of the people who work there).show original
Pierre LissorgueCrapshow original
Fabien MillePlace rich in history!show original
Abdesamad QachboulFor the buff culture location to visitshow original
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