in CHARLY

Eglise Saint-Symphorien – Berry Roman

The church of Charly was originally dedicated to the martyr Symphorien and was under the patronage of the Benedictine Abbey of Limoges. It was later dedicated to Notre-Dame in 1854. Although its choir dates from the 12th century, the transept and nave are no older than 1854.
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The church of Charly was originally dedicated to the martyr Symphorien and was under the patronage of the Benedictine Abbey of Limoges. It was dedicated to Notre-Dame in 1854. Although its choir dates from the 12th century, the transept and nave are no older than 1854. The crossing tower was also reworked in the 19th century but the magnificent conical spire delimited by lanterns is definitely Roman. The chevet is supported by protruding columns without capitals.

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