Parish Church Saint-Aignan, French Heritage monument to St aigny
The ministry for the precise culture for this church that in the beginning, the church was a prioress cleans depend on the regular canons of Saint-Augustin on Angle-on-Anglin, in Poitou. Primitive construction could date from the XIII E century and one observes the addition of a side to the XV E century. The wall-belfry, visible in background on the photograph of Jojo 4/9 would date him from the XVII E century. The site sheltered also the house of the prior (construction of XV E century), more in north of the church. This house does not exist rained since the medium of the XX E century, period or it was destroyed. A single part however seems to remain (piece cadastarale number 29).
Crédit photo : JOJO 4/9 (Parish Church Saint-Aignan, st aigny)
Parish Church Saint-Aignan, The nave is vaulted broken, the apse is covered with an apse, the lower side arches of warheads. Originally, the parish church of Saint-Aignan was a Priory (...) Parish Church Saint-Aignan, French Heritage monument to St aigny st aigny, indre
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Description of this building by JOJO 4/9 :
L'église de ST-AIGNY (Indre).
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