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Guémy Chapel

Guémy Chapel

The ruins of the Guémy Chapel

Antoine de Bourgoine, a bastard son of Philip the Good, had the Gothic chapel of Guémy built on the French Mont Saint-Louis at the end of the 15th century.

The chapel was destroyed during the French-Spanish wars of the sixteenth century, although the ruin was restored in 1930.

From the 112-meter-high hill, you can see the Opal Coast, the port of Calais, and the Eurostar passing by.

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