Mont Saint-Michel is a rocky island located approximately 1km from the North coast of France at the mouth of Couesnon river. This mount is known for its medieval Benedictine abbey and the steep church which occupies much of the 1km rock clump that juts out of the waters of the English channel. It is one of the most recognizable locations in France and placed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The church and the abbey attract 3 million tourists a year because of their unique beauty and historical meaning .
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