Montbazin

This is the 3rd time I’ve been to this tiny village in search for a way into their church. Apparently there are some outstanding Cistercian frescoes in there, but I’ll just have to take their word for it – they are closed for the winter.

But it was a nice ride, nonetheless. Here is the view of Montbazin just outside the village. The artwork was whipped up by my aspiring-artist wife on the computer. I liked it so much I’ve started a page (look up…there’s a new tab) for other works I’m going to bug her to make!

Here’s the heavily-fortified chapel in real life. Looks closed, doesn’t it?


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