Eglise romane Saint-Nazaire

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The Romanesque church of Saint-Nazaire, in Bourbon-Lancy, is the embodiment of simplicity and calm. Its priory, founded in 1030, was originally attached to Cluny. The church, which was probably built in the 11th century, owes much to the Carolingian period, in terms of design. The interior, with its stark and simple lines, will certainly surprise you. It is currently a museum and home to a range of collections, in particular, archaeological objects and paintings (including Puvis de Chavannes)


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