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    Church of St John the Baptist, Saint Jean de Luz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) The church of St Jean de Luz, a coastal town in the south-west of France near the border with Spain, is known for its monumental altarpiece, in carved gilded wood, that occupies the entire height of the back wall of the apse and the two wings that flank it. The three rows of balconies along the sides of the nave are also noteworthy and typical of churches in the Basque Country. Historically, the men attending a service sat on the balconies and the women sat below in the body of the church. King Louis XIV of France was married in this church on June 1660. Fujifilm XT3 - 7Artisans 7.5mm fisheye f/2.8 II - Nodal Ninja 3 Mk3 pano head