Unique church combining Gothic and Renaissance styles
The church of Saint Saturnin is an unusual example of the persistence of the Gothic medieval traditions mixed with Renaissance style modernity in the midst of the cultural developments of the late 16th century.
An uninterrupted spatial unity characterized by the intersection of extremely slender lancet arches, the proportions of which were based on the principle of the “Golden Rectangle”, makes the structure particularly pure and harmonious in design.
It is this transition from Gothic to the Renaissance that makes the church of Saint Saturnin so unusual.
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Church under restoration
Office de Tourisme du Pays de Meaux - 02/06/2020