Located on France’s Normandy coast, the Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most iconic and photographed places in the country. Every year, the site attracts nearly 3 million visitors. Built 1,000 years ago, the abbey on a tidal island, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, has stood the test of time and survived throughout the centuries. France 2 colleagues report on some of its secrets, with FRANCE 24’s Guillaume Gougeon.
Source: Celebrating a thousand years of pilgrimage: France’s Mont-Saint-Michel
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