By Marie Sherlock
This is the fifth (and likely the last!) in my series of photo essays on The Arches of France. This time we’re traveling to the Burgundy region to visit Noyers-sur-Surein.
Noyers-sur-Surein is a spectacular medieval village about two hours southeast of Paris. It’s a joy to saunter along its cobblestoned lanes while taking in its half-timbered buildings, weathered, ancient windows – and its magical arches, passageways, and tunnels.