This church, with a double chancel, was built in 13C and enlarged in 14C. The distinction between the Romanesque and early Gothic (median and lateral naves) and the French Gothic (hall chancel and ambulatory) styles is clear. The plain western façade and its Romanesque portals contrasts with the Gothic chancel on the east side of the church, decorated with pinnacles and statues. The church contains many works of art including the tomb of Saint Sebald.
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