Chapel Notre-Dame de Centeilles, French Heritage monument to Siran
The Church consists of a single nave with three covered spans of a barrel vault broken on vault arches. The last Bay of the nave is lined with two side chapels vaulted warheads. The branches of the North Chapel warheads are sliced by the cavets. The lowest, pentagonal apse is vaulted warheads. The western façade is surmounted by a belfry. The door of the church opens on the second span of the nave and is protected by a porch in broken cradle. The openings of the building are narrow and short. The feature of this church is to be almost entirely covered with paintings. The Church 'b. Mariae de Sintillis' is attested from 1208. It was rebuilt at the extreme end of the 13th century or at the beginning of the 14th century. The Church was painted in fresco. The South side chapel of the last Bay of the nave was built at an unspecified date, probably in the 2nd half of the 14th century. The north side chapel was built in the 1st quarter of the 15th century North of the last Bay of the nave. The North Chapel is still the most of its decoration painted. This chapel was used for various functions including that of sheep. She was classed MH November 24, 1954.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Chapel Notre-Dame de Centeilles, The Church consists of a single nave with three covered spans of a barrel vault broken on vault arches. The last Bay of the nave is lined with two side chapels (...) Chapel Notre-Dame de Centeilles, French Heritage monument to Siran siran, herault
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