After meeting up, we walked along quieter pedestrian only streets to the Cathedrale Ste-Anne. You can see Ste Anne’s reliquaries (brought back from the Orient in the 3rd century after being found in 776 by Charlemagne) if you ask, but we decided not to bother anyone, as the church was empty except for us. I found the crypt to be of more interest, built beneath the front altar area of the church in two layers, the lower one pre-Roman, the upper dating from around the 13th century. The entrance was hidden during the wars, and so everything remains intact.
|In the crypt|
|Mmm... mandarin orange|
|Olives are getting big and almost ripe!|
|House with borie ruins|
|Looking back where we had walked|