France, Eglise avec son campanile à Vinassan, reconstruite en 1896 sur l'emplacement de l'église du XIe siècle

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The Church of St. Martin of Vinassan is a Romanesque church located in Vinassan, which was built in 11 th century and rebuilt in 1896, with the exception of the apse has been preserved. Located between Narbonne and Massif de la Clape, in the Aude department. The Romanesque apse is the subject of a registration as a historic monument since February 12, 1951. Roger.

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Roger Narbonne on August 20, 2014

Pavel, Thank you very much for your visit and love this place. The Church of St. Martin of Vinassan is a Romanesque church located in Vinassan.

Sincerely, Narbonne, France Roger.

Sergey Brandys on October 23, 2014

Hi, Roger. Beautiful view. Wonderful picture. LIKE. Best regards, Sergey

Roger Narbonne on October 23, 2014

Hello. SERGEY. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos.

Best regards of city Narbonne Diaporama, from France. Roger.

VLADiMIR К on August 29, 2015

Приятная архитектура - мои комплименты

и НРАВИТСЯ+ФАВОРИТ для самого первого

сюжета вашей галереи, Роджер!

С уважением, Владимир

Roger Narbonne on August 29, 2015

Hello. Vladimir. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos. The church with its bell tower in Vinassan, rebuilt in 1896 on the site of the church of the eleventh century is the church of my village.

Best greetings from France, city Narbonne, My Map, Roger.

tatiana bakova on December 19

Very interesting and wonderful architecture!!! Best regards. Tatiana.

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