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10 Unusual and inspiring French churches

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By Melanie Lemahieu | SHUTTERSTOCK

Elisabeth Bonnefoi - published on 05/02/18

France never fails to surprise us. The pilgrim and the traveler have fun along the way and share their favorites.

France is covered with a cloak of churches—more than 50,000, not counting the small chapels scattered throughout the countryside, in the forest, inside castles, hospitals, and even inside a lighthouse! Here is an interesting collection of 10 unusual churches and chapels in metropolitan France.

Click on the first image to see the slideshow.

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