Collégiale Notre-Dame; Convent; cloister, French Heritage monument to Beaune
The church includes a two-bottom sides nave, a transept and a choir with apse, ambulatory and radiating chapels. The nave, the transept and the choir are covered with vaults broken cradle, the aisles and the ambulatory vaults, the porch, the apse, the chapels, the cloister and the chapter room of vaults of warheads, the chapel ceiling button. Left of the choir lies the old sacristy, right, on the floor, the chapel of Saint-Michel (private oratory of cardinal Rolin) which the apse, lit by a window full-handlebar, is supported by a tailpiece and covered with a terrace lined a railing. A corridor allowed communication with the canonial building. The right arm of the transept Portal opens on a gallery of cloister with 7 spans that overcomes a portion of the old canonical buildings, currently presbytery. The canons undertook to build the building in the middle of the 12th and the construction, from East to West, ended at the beginning of the 13th century. The canonical buildings date from the end of the 12th century, the porch in the middle of the 13th century. After the fire in 1272, were undertaken
* the upper parts of the apse were reconstructed at the level of the blind arches: the Romanesque Windows were replaced by huge Gothic Windows with tracery and buttresses on the novels foothills of the ambulatory. cornices and Windows of the ambulatory were reworked, the roof and Tower of the transept. The chapels were added from the 13th to the 16th century
* the most remarkable are the Saint-Léger Chapel adorned with murals and the button Chapel dated 1530. The Church Gothic spire was replaced by an imperial roof built in 1580 to 1588, on plans of Hugues Sambin. In 1844, Viollet-le-Duc establishes a quote of restoration
* the work was done from 1860 under the direction of Mr. Ouradou, beaunois architect a. Forest as Inspector of works.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
(Collégiale Notre-Dame; Convent; cloister, beaune)
Collégiale Notre-Dame; Convent; cloister, The church includes a two-bottom sides nave, a transept and a choir with apse, ambulatory and radiating chapels. The nave, the transept and the choir are (...) Collégiale Notre-Dame; Convent; cloister, French Heritage monument to Beaune beaune, cote d'or
Men involved in this construction
- Viollet-le-duc eugène emmanuel (in French) architecte
- Sambin hugues (in French) architecte
- Ouradou maurice (in French) architecte
- Forest alphonse (in French) architecte
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