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A view inside the Collegiate Church in Saint-Émilion.

Building started at the beginning of the 12th century for the Community of Cannons of Saint Augustine. It continued until the 16th century. Today it is the parish church of the commune.

It presents certain characteristics of the Perigordian Romanesque, such as the two cupolas on pendants which vault the second and third bays. However, most of the architectural elements visible today are related to the Gothic style.

(Source: French Wikipedia)

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