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Église Saint Valery et Cimetière marin

Religious buildings in Varengeville-sur-Mer
  • In the heart of this garden-like village, follow the small road that leads to Saint Valéry church and its graveyard clinging to the side of the cliff, 80 metres (262 ft.) high above the sea. The eye is immediately caught by the view, a ribbon of majestic cliffs unfolds as far as the eye can see... This is where the famous artist Georges Braque rests, a lover of this artists' village and whose stained-glass window adorns the small chapel.
    Painted by Claude Monet, this church can be seen in...
    In the heart of this garden-like village, follow the small road that leads to Saint Valéry church and its graveyard clinging to the side of the cliff, 80 metres (262 ft.) high above the sea. The eye is immediately caught by the view, a ribbon of majestic cliffs unfolds as far as the eye can see... This is where the famous artist Georges Braque rests, a lover of this artists' village and whose stained-glass window adorns the small chapel.
    Painted by Claude Monet, this church can be seen in many museums throughout the world.
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