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Eglise Romane Saint-Martin de Montagne

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Credit : CC du Grand Saint-Emilionnais

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Very little is known about the history of this building. It is mentioned in the 1398 list of parishes in the diocese. Its history became clearer in the 16th century. In 1569, the archbishopric proclaimed the union of the church of Saint-Martin de Montagne with the deanery of Saint-Emilion.
The church has a Latin cross plan, typical of the 12th century. The single nave, which was covered with vaulting in the 19th century, continues to the east with a wide, projecting transept, which was itself vaulted in the Romanesque period. This part of the church is unusual in that it has three types of vault: a cupola on the north arm, a ribbed cupola on the square of the transept and a pointed barrel vault on the south arm. The three apses grafted onto the transept form the chevet. All three apses are cross-vaulted. A large square bell tower, crenellated in the 16th century, stands at the crossing o

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44.93040380.1295668
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Point of Interest updated on 11/06/2024

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