Eglise romane Saint-Jean-Baptiste

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Outside Chassignelles is the Romanesque church of Saint Jean-Baptiste, with its vast ‘lauze’ stone roof. It has a porch with still-visible paintings and is flanked by four side chapels. Since 2004, a collection of rare murals have been uncovered inside the church. Admire the entire vaulted ceiling with its ornamental décor, the procession of apostles in the chancel and the Annunciation scene.

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  • French
  • German
  • English


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Last update : 04/01/2020

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