Église Saint-Maurice de Saint-Maurice-La-Clouère

The Saint-Maurice-la-Clouère church, of rare elegance, dates from the end of the XNUMXth century, beginning of the XNUMXth century and owes its originality to its trefoil plan. Also note the north side portal, with abundantly sculpted arches decorated with dragons by XNUMXth century artists. On the walls of the chevet, the limestone rubble blocks retain the marks of the stonemasons. Wall paintings from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries.

To see also: the castle of Galmoisin.
Nearby: Gençay and its medieval castle - the Parc de la Belle and the Château de la Roche à Magné.

Practical information

Accessible to disabled persons


Conditions of visit: Free tour

Further information

Type of site/monument/small heritage: Church
Saint-Maurice Church in Saint-Maurice-La-Clouère
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