Church Saint-Denis, French Heritage monument to Chazemais
Village dating in part from the 12th century Romanesque church. The Church was owned before the 9th century by the Abbey of Saint-Denis, which Charlemagne restored the 802. Lost again by Abbey, it it was made again in the 11th century, as a dependency of the Priory of the Chapelaude. In the 12th century, it passes in the diocese of Bourges. The 12th-century building remains the choir to flat, vaulted cradle and pierced a window on each of its three sides. The crossing of the transept which precedes the choir is covered with a dome on squinches. The Southern Cross is vaulted in cradle. The Northern Cross was rebuilt in the 15th century. The Bell Tower has a characteristic form of the Bourbonnais.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Church Saint-Denis, Village dating in part from the 12th century Romanesque church. The Church was owned before the 9th century by the Abbey of Saint-Denis, which Charlemagne (...) Church Saint-Denis, French Heritage monument to Chazemaischazemais, allier
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