Does the incongruity of such an arrangement strike no one among the religiously-minded people who visit Le Puy?
One of the most remarkable of these phenomena is to be seen at Le Puy.
Immediately to the southward of Le Puy is that marvellous country known as the Cevennes.
The man who carved the devils, like those who crowned the rocks of Le Puy with the haloed figures, created facts.
The wonderful church at Le Puy also belongs to this group, but here strong Moorish influence is to be traced.
Two conveyances go daily to Le Puy, but they rival each other in polite concessions rather than in speed.
Before mounting to his bed in the steeple, he went to offer a pious prayer to the Lady of Le Puy.
Le Puy has both the charm of the quaintest kinds of street life and the challenge of its rare and curious monuments.
But still the world of Le Puy had whispered a little, suggesting that M. Lacordaire knew very well what he was about.
Le Puy has indeed been called "by one who knows," "the most picturesque place in the world."