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13th C. – Eglise St-Julien, Tours, Indre-et-Loire, France



This 13th century church was built on the site of an earlier building – a church dating from the 6th century. An austere exterior masks a gothic interior that does not have the ornate grandeur of the Cathedral St Gatien but is still imposing.

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