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Eglise de Biot, Biot
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Dating back to the 15th century, this church is a bit unusual in that the nave is below the entrance, probably one of the few in France with this feature. Overall the church is lovely and with the vis... read more »
Découverte le jour de la fête des vendanges, donc plus de lumière et un fond musical en cette circonstance, ce fut pour moi un émerveillement devant tant de beauté. Complètement rénovée, avec des frag... read more »Discovered the day of the feast of the harvest, so more light and background music in this circumstance, for me it was a wonder of beauty. Completely renovated, with fragments of frescoes and altarpieces, magnificent sets. I felt an emotion never lived in such a place in this church.show original
Eine vergleichsweise einfache Dorfkirche mit drei Absiden und später (17. Jh.) angebauten Seitenaltären. Schöner Raum mit teils sehenswerter Kunst, namentlich ein Seitenaltar mit Gemälden von Ludovico... read more »A comparatively simple village church with three apses and later (17th century) side altars built on. Nice room with some spectacular art, namely a side altar with paintings by Ludovico Bréa. Due to the steilenTopographie of the village, access to the Church is exceptional - one enters the room at the peak and descends from here in the nave.show original
Seba KremserIncredible Church schodzacy as to the basement in the Interior and exceeds the door toward our eyes appears the wonderful interior but does not reveal what in the Middle only I recommend you visit in person because it's worth.show original
AnonymousParish of Valbonne / Sophia-Antipolis / Biot mass at 6 p.m. Saturday. Church of the 16th century built on a Romanesque structure dating back to the 11th and 13th century.show original
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