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Basilique Notre Dame du Roncier, Josselin

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Church Tourist Spot
A basilica of the Roman Catholic Church, Basilique Notre Dame du Roncier is a prime example of late 15th century Gothic style that has retained some remnants of the original Romanesque sanctuary, mainly in the transept. Climb the 138 steps for a panoramic view of the rooftops and streets of the city, the castle, and the river l'Oust. Take a look at our Josselin vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Basilique Notre Dame du Roncier and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • What a beautiful building, both externally and internally. Warm and inviting irrespective of the season. Votive candles available at the various altars. Exudes peace, faith and love... a calm and tran...  more »
  • Not so much the architecture which is impressive enough but the thoroughly uplifting chorus from the choir/congregation.....a moment in time, long to remember  more »
  • The church of Josselin is not too large nor too small, it is beautifully proportioned. The "vitraux" or stained glass are breathtaking. They also play the organ on Saturday evening, you can walk in an...  more »
  • A very cool summer a village beautiful and unusual
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  • A very beautiful panoramic view all up! Otherwise the Basilica itself has a beautiful baroque style and reminded me of Anglican Churches
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  • Great views from the top, but you have to go pretty
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  • Beautiful site
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