Take a tour of Locronan St. Ronan Church in Locronan, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
In the commune of Locronan, France is a church built in honor of the hermit and pilgrim, Saint Ronan.
Locronan St. Ronan Church was named after the Irish saint and the legacy he left when he visited the area in the 6th century.
Within the church are colorful stained glass windows that depict the life of Jesus Christ.
Leading up to the main pulpit are ten multi-colored wood carvings that illustrate the tale of St. Ronan.
Like many of the buildings and homes of Locronan, the majority of the church is made of granite.
Designed in Renaissance style, Locronan St. Ronan Church is a beautiful site and showcases a rich history.