Le Havre, France

St. Michel's Church, Le Havre, France

A medieval church stood on approximately this spot. Like everything else it was flattened in World War II. Reconstruction began in 1960 under the architect Henri Colboc and work was completed four years later.

The church takes the form of an open bible with the bell tower representing a candle. Inside is a virgin made from metal work salvaged from the original church.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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