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June 7, 2007
Brissac 340042 34190
Hérault Languedoc-Roussillon
43.867 3.700 132 m

Church Saint-Etienne d' Issensac 12e century

Dominating the river Herault near a bridge of a Gothic type of the 14éme century, the church Saint-Etienne d' Issensac built in XIIème century, was located on a way of pélerinage of Saint-Jacques-of-Compostelle. its architecture is sober and typical of the Languedocien Romanesque art of this time: A nave with 2 spans, finished by a semicircular apse. Old parish church of a medieval village which surrounded it, burnt at the beginning of XVIIIème, the borough and the church were given up by the inhabitants.
http://www.decouverte34.com/Chapelle-Issensac-Brignac

Gilbert Pellet, gilou530 on TE, photographed the frontage of this church recently

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