Religion , Church at Clérey
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Built partly in the 12th century, it has no transept, its chapel to Mary is from the 16th century.
The originality of the building is its ogival vessel shape; it dates from the end of the 11th century and has a fairly recent stone altar dedicated to Notre-Dame de La Salette and a nave dating from the beginning of the 12th century.
Its statuary dates mainly from the 15th century, with an altarpiece representing the Nativity, the Presentation to the Temple and the Circumcision from the Antwerp workshop in polychrome wood; Mary in wood... and from the 16th century: Anthony in polychrome limestone; James the Great in polychrome limestone and Savine from the 16th century in polychrome limestone.
Its ceiling is painted and represents Saint Matthew, Saint Mark, Saint Luke, Saint John, Rosary and the angels of the 17th century.
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