Eglise de la Nativité de Notre Dame
Church at Le Pavillon-Sainte-Julie
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The church dates from the 12th-13th century for its nave, and from the 16th century for the rest, notably for its stained glass windows, which were classified as historical monuments in 1894.
Dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin, the church of the Pavillon-Sainte-Julie contains a 16th century Piéta, classified as a historical monument since 1908. The limestone is sculpted with great agility and natural size, so as to render the suppleness of the tissues on one side and the last tension of the dying body of Christ on the other.
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