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Saint-Germain de Beaugeay Church

Historic site and monument ,  Religious heritage ,  Church ,  Roman in Beaugeay
  • The small church of the parish of Saint Germain de Beaugeay has undergone considerable alterations. It was probably built in the 11th century, but only a horseshoe-shaped double nave supported on two massive pillars flanked by engaged columns remains from this construction campaign, which were preserved when the horseshoe-shaped nave was built a century later. During the 13th century, it was enriched with a Gothic choir and two transepts. After the Wars of Religion, the church underwent...
    The small church of the parish of Saint Germain de Beaugeay has undergone considerable alterations. It was probably built in the 11th century, but only a horseshoe-shaped double nave supported on two massive pillars flanked by engaged columns remains from this construction campaign, which were preserved when the horseshoe-shaped nave was built a century later. During the 13th century, it was enriched with a Gothic choir and two transepts. After the Wars of Religion, the church underwent extensive work. Its façade is topped by a combed bell tower.
    To access the church, please contact the town hall.
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