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Because of the treacherous quicksand, disorienting fog, and galloping tide a very prudent bishop in 708 AD decided that church building on this particular spot was not wise.

Legend has it that the cheeky Archangel Michael implemented boldfaced negotiation tactics. The brazen winged creature simply burned the bishop’s skull with the tip of his finger. The poor fellow was swayed and began the arduous task of ferrying and hauling granite from the mainland.

Pilgrims, tourists, and vintage postcard lovers alike will find the edifice at Mont Saint Michel nearly as impressive as its geographical location!

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