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Mont Saint-Michel

Mont Saint-Michel (English: Mount Saint Michael) is a rocky tidal island in Normandy, France. It is located approximately one kilometer off the country’s north coast, at the mouth of the Couesnon River near Avranches.

Mont Saint-Michel was used in the sixth and seventh centuries as an Armorican stronghold of Romano-Breton culture and power, until it was ransacked by the Franks, thus ending the trans-channel culture that had stood since the departure of the Romans in AD 460.

Внутри сейчас – переполненная туристами улочка с магазинами сувениров и ресторанами, которая ведёт к очереди при входе в храм. Я вовнутрь храма не пошёл потому как не люблю стоять в очередях.

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