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To take a nice photo of Le Grand-Lemps is difficult. The town makes a somewhat abandoned, run-down impression. Here we approach the church.

church, interior view

This is what it looks like in a church.

Have they already discovered the statue of Thérèse?

Click on it!

drawing by Bonnard

In his drawing books the painter Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), when he was still young and little known as an artist, often depicted the small town of Le Grand-Lemps. The town is recognizable by the church towers and the town tower, which rise above the roofs of the houses.

Picture: View of Le Grand-Lemps from above (pencil on paper)

Café on the main square

A small café on the main square. Here we drank our stage beer.

Photos: Gerhard Eichinger

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Way of St. James: Geneva - Le Puy