Basilique Sainte Marie-Madeleine

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St Marie-Madeleine Basilica in Vézelay is a jewel in the crown of Romanesque architecture and a listed World Heritage site. Since the 12th century it has been an important centre for Christianity. Take one of the organized guided tours that are on offer: in addition to the finely carved entrance gates, you’ll also be impressed by its brightness and the scale of its huge nave. Admire also the series of exceptional carved capitals.

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  • Patrimoine Mondial de l'UNESCO


    Groups welcomed : yes

    Minimum size : 10


Last update : 04/12/2018

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