Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France

Spring 2014 - Volume 18 Number 2

France 

 "Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France"

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J Richard Gaskill, MD

This towering medieval abbey, located on a rocky outcropping on the Normandy coast, is one of France's greatest tourist attractions. A Benedictine monastery was first established here in 966 CE. During the following centuries, it has undergone many additions and restorations. It even served as a prison during the French Revolution. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dr Gaskill is a retired Otolaryngologist from the Santa Clara Medical Center in CA.

 

 

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