Urban landscapes: Parish Church of St. Peter Port


Completed in 1466, Wikipedia says this church is known as Town Church or Paris Church of St. Peter Port or Town Church of St Peter, Apostle & Martyr. But the church’s website simply calls it Town Church. Obviously, it’s not as big or grand as the places of worship most folks associate with Europe, but I liked the mix of stone and plaster and the intricate carving behind the altar.
FYI: Guernsey is an island in the English Channel, off the coast of France. It’s part of a group called the Channel Islands. Guernsey is a British crown dependency but not part of the United Kingdom. I had a day to explore St. Peter Port during a cruise ship vacation my wife and I took in 2017.
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