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Bellegarde's Romanesque church

The Romanesque façade | / CC-BY-NC-SA
Parish church Notre-Dame church in Bellegarde

Now I'm going to the Notre-Dame church, located a stone's throw from the castle. I'm flabbergasted: the (intact) façade is just gorgeous! You can find the basilical plan (without transept) and the flat chevet in churches of Beaugency and Lorris (Loiret). The church of Bellegarde keeps its nave raised between 1124 and 1131 by Sens' canons. Northern and southern chapels was built in the 13th century. The bell-tower was created in the 17th century.

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