Eglise Saint Vincent Les Baux Provence France

Towards the southern end of Les Baux, you will find the Eglise Saint-Vincent, (church of Saint Vincent). As with all of Les Baux, it is fascinating to explore - imagining the services that took place, the prayers that were offered up, the sanctuary it provided over the centuries.

Just beyond the entrance of the church, the outer wall drops off precipitously yielding a sweeping view of the surrounding valley. Just watch your step!

Copyright: Mark Fink
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Taken: 26/09/2003
Uploaded: 19/04/2011
Updated: 04/07/2014


Tags: church; chapel; provence; baux; ruins; castle
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