The delightful chevet and its two rows of decorative arcading make this 12C church, part of which (including the original façade) was lost following a landslide, a particularly fine example of Romanesque architecture. Inside the rafters are supported on columns carved out of single blocks of stone and crowned with attractive carved capitals. Note the fine half-barrel vaulting in the central apse.
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