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March 4, 2008

It’s a beautiful morning in St. Andeol de Berg

Filed under: Ardeche - Other Points of Interest — Karen @ 12:35 pm

When I checked my email this morning there was a lovely photo from Martine, our good friend in Ardeche.  St. Andeol is a small village on a ridge near Villeneuve de Berg in the central-eastern part of the region. Enjoy!

St Andeol in the morning


  1. Greetings from a fellow enthusiast of the Romanesque period. I have enjoyed your blog so much, Karen – thank you!
    We are a mite deprived for Romanesque structures on the Cote d’Azur; but I’ve had the luck to visit Toulouse and its environs as you have – Moissac and St Sernin are glorious, I agree.
    There are one or two fantastic buildings of the period in my homeland (England). If you haven’t already heard of the Herefordshire School, do check out the church at Kilpeck, Herefordshire (plenty of info online). It’s extraordinary, and comparable to many of the more elaborate late 11th-early 12th century church buildings on the Camino. Best wishes, Minnie

    Comment by Minnie — September 9, 2009 @ 11:46 am

  2. Dear Minnie,

    Thank you so much for your nice comments. I feel like I have been neglecting the blog, even though we had some wonderful church experiences this summer.
    I know England is supposed to be fabulous, but in 4 years, I’ve barely seen a tenth of the churches in Ardeche alone! There are just so many! But someday I will visit there.
    You have inspired me and I think I will dig up the photos from this year (in Ardeche again) and do some reminiscing.
    Thanks you again Minnie!

    Comment by Karen — September 9, 2009 @ 2:58 pm

  3. Hello..On the picture you see a house on the left side(complety left) in the middle .I live their for more then 10 years with my brother and parents..It was a magic time…I left the house and the village when I was 16 years ……….now I am 37 and live in a other country.I miss this village,I miss the moutains of the Ardeche….Nice pic,if you don’t believe my text…go watch the name of the house: ”Les Muriers”

    Comment by bernard — January 24, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

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