This is a 12th C Romanesque church with several outstanding features. It has a remarkable entry portal, often referred to as a 'stone bible.' The nave is long and narrow, with two side isles and maintains a simply style - no post-Romanesque clutter or modification. There are memorials here for Wilfred the Hairy (9th C) and both Raymond Berrenger III and IV. The French destroyed the original tombs in the 18th C. There is a two level cloister that is dates from the 10th to the 14th C that is quite spectacular. There is a small admission fee. The church is center city and there is street parking in the area. Definitely worth a visit if you are a fan of Romanesque churches.
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