chapelle notre dame du salut fecamp by Tony
A place of pilgrimage since the thirteenth century, the present building preserves Romanesque and Gothic elements. The roof of the nave was destroyed during a storm at the end of the 19th century, and since that time this part of the building is open to the sky. This is the main chappel in the church, just off this is a smaller chappel with many memories to sailors and ships that have dissapeared at sea. The chappel had people contemplating so I didn’t take any pictures in there.