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EGLISE SAINTE-MARIE

Religious building in Nasbinals
  • "Romanesque church in the shape of a Latin cross whose plan consists of a nave, a semicircular apse, an overflowing transept with two apsidioles, two groin-vaulted chapels constituting a north collateral. The semi-circular apse vaulted in the bottom of the oven. The crossing of the transept is vaulted with a cupola on a squinch; engaged Romanesque columns support the four semicircular arches of the square of the transept. The portal is decorated with semicircular arches. A bell tower...
    "Romanesque church in the shape of a Latin cross whose plan consists of a nave, a semicircular apse, an overflowing transept with two apsidioles, two groin-vaulted chapels constituting a north collateral. The semi-circular apse vaulted in the bottom of the oven. The crossing of the transept is vaulted with a cupola on a squinch; engaged Romanesque columns support the four semicircular arches of the square of the transept. The portal is decorated with semicircular arches. A bell tower octagonal rises on the crossing of the transept and ends with an arrow. In 1074, the church was given to the Saint-Victor abbey then, the domerie of Aubrac included it in its domains". Information from the Mérimée database
  • Spoken languages
    • French
    • English
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