European Stained Glass in the Middle Ages & Renaissance Era

by Elyesse Trabelsi
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  • Location
    Belle-Eglise, France
  • Duration
  • Group Size
    Up to 100+ guests
  • Language(s)
    • English,
    • Français (French)
  • $


Get transported to the small village of Belle-Eglise in northern France, about an hour outside of Paris, for a scholarly discovery of St Martin of Belle-Eglise Church's stained-glass windows. 

Originally built in the late 11th century, this quaint, provincial Catholic church has undergone many successive extensions and modifications of various artistic styles over time; while surviving the French Revolution of 1789 and two world wars. On this live tour, you can admire medieval and Renaissance stained-glass windows surrounded by a gorgeous variety of European architectural styles. I'll provide you with the insight and context you need to truly appreciate the savoir-faire and art history of glass-making of times gone by in this storied edifice. 

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Elyesse Trabelsi

My name is Elyesse, I'm a French freelance professional tour guide based in France around Paris. I have a master's degree in cultural heritage history and am currently obtaining another one in art history as well. 

I'm fascinated by arts, cultures and history from all over the world. I perform online guided tours and live video-lectures about a wide range of different cultural topics or historical places, while being proud to share some of my knowledge with customers.

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