Eglise Saint-Martin de Nouvion-le-Vineux

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This church, which dominates the village, was built in the 12th and 13th centuries. It has one of the most beautiful Romanesque bell towers in the region, decorated with a rich floral and geometric pattern. This building displays a still Romanesque decoration on a Gothic structure. The capitals of the 12th century form a remarkable set of sculptures. Many of them are historiated, decorated with characters and confronted animals, while others are decorated with very refined floral ornamentation.
The altar and the altarpiece – in marble and gilded wood from the 18th century – come from the old abbey of Cuissy, belonging to the Prémontrés order…


  • Services :
    • Free car park

Localisation

Rue de l'église Saint-Martin, 02860 NOUVION-LE-VINEUX

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