Sunday, June 19, 2016

Église Saint-Quiriace

Église Saint-Quiriace

This church in the small town of Provins, just beyond Paris, 
was founded early in the 11th century.  
The town is divided into an Upper Town and a Lower Town,
 respectively called the Châtel (Castle) and the Val (Valley).
This church sits in its elevated position in the upper town, 
and although it has never been completed it is worthy of a visit.
bon dimanche
Église Saint-Quiriace
9, place Saint-Quiriace
77160, Provins, France


Draffin Bears said...

Hi Genie,

We spent the day in Provins, the time before we were in France and loved visiting.
Happy Sunday

William Kendall said...

That is beautiful inside!