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Visite de l'église abbatiale de la Trinité

Listed or registered (CNMHS), Town of art and history, Abbey, Priory, Abbey church, Cloister, Church, Historic site and monument in Vendôme

  • Church from the 11th-14th centuries, one of the most beautiful monuments illustrating the architecture of the Middle Ages in France with a powerful abbey and an exceptional Romanesque bell tower, it also holds many other beauties for you to discover: a flamboyant façade (early 16th century, completed in 1506, attributed to Jean de Beauce, and a decor sculpted with great finesse), stalls (late 15th - early 16th centuries) and stained-glass window (one of the oldest in France - Madonna and...
    Church from the 11th-14th centuries, one of the most beautiful monuments illustrating the architecture of the Middle Ages in France with a powerful abbey and an exceptional Romanesque bell tower, it also holds many other beauties for you to discover: a flamboyant façade (early 16th century, completed in 1506, attributed to Jean de Beauce, and a decor sculpted with great finesse), stalls (late 15th - early 16th centuries) and stained-glass window (one of the oldest in France - Madonna and Child from 1140). Also one of the major sites of the Loir Valley and the Perche Vendômois region in terms of frescoes and wall paintings, the Trinity Abbey Church has frescoes produced a fresco (late 11th century) in the chapter house of the old abbey, including The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, particu
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