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Church of Saint-Jean de Montierneuf, Poitiers
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The Church of Saint-Jean de Montierneuf is a Roman Catholic church in Poitiers, France.The church was built in the 11th century and is notable for its Romanesque architecture.It has been listed as a Monument historique since 1840.Monument historique]Put Church of Saint-Jean de Montierneuf at the forefront of your travel plans using our Poitiers vacation builder.
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Junto con San Hilario, San Juan de Montierneuf se contempla casi en el límite del plano de la ciudad, arriba del todo. Aún así, será un agradable paseo el que nos acerque hasta una preciosa iglesia ro... read more »Together with Saint-Hilaire, San Juan de Montierneuf referred almost on the edge of the map of the city, above all. Even so, will be a pleasant ride which us approaches until a precious Church Romanesque, perhaps less colorful that its counterpoint San Hilario (by its location, just down, to the left), but equally worthy of a time of admiration, meditation and enjoy.show original
Antigua abadía benedictina del siglo XI cuya fachada fue rehecha en el siglo XVIII. Con grandes vidrieras que aportan mucha luminosidad.Old Abbey Benedictine of the century XI whose facade was remade in the century XVIII. With large windows which provide much luminosity.show original
Originally Roman, it was rebuilt in the 11th century by Count Guy Geoffroy Guillaume VIII, whose tomb is near the entrance. It was attached to Cluny. It was consecrated by Pope Urbain II in 1096. In t... read more »
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