Is amazingly well preserved and in both inside and outside, inside is unreal the well preserved it is and if you have visited Mexico here you will see Virgin of Guadalupe as is painted in the ceiling of the church
We would not have reached here had it not been for guidance by our hosts who had been to Biarritz from Caumont. It is worth engaging a guide to understand the history and the beauty of the Chapel.
The diverse cultures and the architecture that come together are indeed worth studying.
This little gem of a Chapel was commissioned by Empress Eugenie who was married to Napoleon 3rd.
It has some mosaics reminiscent of Alhambra in Spain, Byzantine and Roman architecture and decorations.
We happily paid for the tour because there was a Mexican connection to the black Virgin of Guadalupe. Our guide was very knowledgeable and helpful.
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