The picturesque and charming village of Pérouges in France is home to the Church of Saint Mary Magdalene. Built in the 12th century, it is an excellent example of Romanesque Gothic architecture and a historical monument. The church is located at the highest point of the village and is set against the backdrop of stunning views of the surrounding landscape. The wooden roof of the church, which is covered in slate, allows visitors a chance to admire the delicate architectural details of the building. The interior of the church is even more remarkable, with its intricately painted ceilings and stained-glass windows. Visitors can also explore the old castle ruins that are located nearby, which are quite fascinating. Pérouges definitely provides an enjoyable day out and is an incredibly photogenic spot!
Pour le titre de cette photo c'est ( l'entrée porte d'en haut ) c'est l'une des 3 portes pour accéder à la cité médiévale de Pérouges