The Saint Laurent Church is an ancient church in Marseille with a history of more than 800 years. The church has a Greek-style architectural feature, the overall historical atmosphere is strong, exudes an ancient historical atmosphere, it is definitely worth visiting.
Église Saint-Laurent de Marseille is a small church opposite MUCM. There is no special collection. The exposed architectural traces are so rustic that they are reminiscent of Santorini. I like the color of the soft light inside each small arc-shaped vault, the transition from orange to violet, which is very sunset.
The Church of Saint Laurent is located next to the Fortress of Saint John and has a long history. The overall building of Saint Laurent Church also has some Greek-style accomplishments in it, and the overall religious atmosphere is strong. Those who are interested can visit it.
Founded in the 12th century church, a Greek style here is highlighted.
This church is also a local landmark in Marseille, I really like its design style
The Romanesque church of Provence is located in the south of the Provence Museum, and it is also very convenient to the old port. It was built in the 12th century to protect the fishermen. Later reconstruction took place in the 17th century. During the French Revolution, the church was closed and used to store ammunition weapons,