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EGLISE SAINT-PIERRE SAINT-PAUL

Religious building at Cessenon-sur-Orb
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  • Probably built over a Gallo-Roman mausoleum from the 1st or 2nd century AD, the church was only constructed after prolonged negotiations. In fact, in 972 during early Christianity it was only a modest chapel. It was only completed in 1325. This religious building is typical of the Gothic architecture found in the south of France. A very imposing 20 metres high, 47 metres long and 16 metres wide with very thick walls, strong buttresses and few openings, it looks like a cathedral. Its door is...
    Probably built over a Gallo-Roman mausoleum from the 1st or 2nd century AD, the church was only constructed after prolonged negotiations. In fact, in 972 during early Christianity it was only a modest chapel. It was only completed in 1325. This religious building is typical of the Gothic architecture found in the south of France. A very imposing 20 metres high, 47 metres long and 16 metres wide with very thick walls, strong buttresses and few openings, it looks like a cathedral. Its door is made from solid oak and its bolt is the neck-piece from a suit of armour.
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