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This beautiful monastery, founded in the 10th century, was built up gradually over the medieval period, culminating in a religious fortress protected by high walls and the swirling seas.
According to local legend, the decision to construct the monastery was taken by Aubert, bishop of Avranches, following a vision of the Archangel Michael, who instructed the bishop to build a chapel atop the island that sat just off the coast. This proved to be sage advice, as the natural and man-made boundaries that surround Mont-Saint-Michel have assured its survival throughout the centuries of war and destruction that followed.
Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most visited places in France, and also one of its finest natural heritage sites. In recent years efforts have been made to reduce the impact of silt deposits in the bay, ensuring that this triumph of French architecture remains safely on it Source: lelongweekend.com
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