CHAPELLE SAINT SAUVEUR DE CASESNOVES
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It is a church with a unique nave, built with river pebbles and roughly squared rubble. It has been redesigned during the XIIIth or XIVth century with the lengthening of its nave on the west side, then with the construction of a chapel on the north side and finally the building of its bell tower. This church housed important wall paintings (XIIth century) that were ripped off and saled in the middle of the XXth century. Pieces of these paintings are exposed in the museum of the Hospice d'Ille.
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