My last visit to the church dates back to February last year (see comments), so this morning, after months of forced cloisters, I was very happy to once again appreciate the church’s architecture and precious artworks, all kinds of sign. Compared with the past, in the current emergency, the book collection of the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie (the painting is visible in the center of the Presbyterian Church), the collection of precious relics and, unfortunately, the grandeur The Bramante Corridor was also unavailable. However, the church retains so many wonders that it is worth a visit anyway, to be completed slowly and curiously. Not to be missed
Located in the city center of Caen, although this church built in the 7th century was severely damaged during the Hundred Years' War between Britain and France, it was rebuilt in the 15th-16th centuries. Today, the Saint-Jean Church is relatively intact and still exudes medieval The charm of architectural style.
The Saint-Jean Church of Caen is still worth recommending. This church is quite large. The church belongs to the Gothic architectural style, with many beautiful sculptures carved on it, which looks full of artistic atmosphere.
This is one of the most famous monasteries in France and one of the most important places for academic discussion.
The magnificence of the Catholic Church, the dome frescoes make people linger