Eglise de Neuvic

Saint Pierre and Saint Paul church, Romanesque dome with apse from the XIXth century.
The old part of the church does not seem to go back beyond 1130 approximatively. The church, built in the 12th and 13th centuries, was a Romanesque edifice.
During centuries, successive reorganizations added a gothic touch to it. The antique physiognomy of the church has been retouched by the main restoration which lasted from 1875 to 1885.
The Renaissance has made considerable changes on the edifice, probably several damaged due to the Hundred-War.


  • Eglise de Neuvic place de l'Eglise 24190 NEUVIC


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