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Church Saint-Baudile

Monument in Noves

Church Saint-Baudile - Monument in Noves

The present church was certainly in the location of a place of Roman worship. This is the tenth century that was built the first Christian chapel. The Romanesque church of the twelfth century remains the semicircular apse, followed by a cross surmounted by a dome supporting a bell tower and a three-nave vaulted broken cradle.

The church was enlarged around 1430: two north and south aisles of two spans each forming transept, expansion of the gateway to the south (Gothic additions). In the seventeenth century, construction of the western grandstand and a southeast bedside sacristy. In the eighteenth century, north and south transept chapels extending the braces; St. Baudile chapel has woodwork enshrining paintings depicting episodes from the life of St. Baudile. Many additions thereafter parasites side chapels (seventeenth to twentieth), distort the appearance of this exceptional church.


The forecourt
The forecourt
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church side view of the war memorial
church side view of the war memorial
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The front of the building
The front of the building
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Abbey Saint-Ruf d'AvignonAvignon (8.2 km)
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Castle of FarguesLe Pontet (9.4 km)
Castle of ThouzonLe Thor (10 km)
Chapel Saint-Pierre de ThouzonLe Thor (10 km)


Monday 14 june
Min. 19°C - Max. 35°C
Tuesday 15 june
Min. 19°C - Max. 35°C
Wednesday 16 june
Min. 18°C - Max. 33°C

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