PortandTerminal.com, October 20, 2020
PARIS – France’s famous tourist monument, Mont-Saint-Michel, home to 33 people, temporarily became an island amid high tides on Sunday.
The rare phenomenon happens when the water surrounding the UNESCO World Heritage Site rises as fast as it recedes. Located off the Normandy coast, the mount, topped by its world-renowned Benedictine abbey traditionally welcomes up to two million visitors a year.
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