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Saturday 17 September 2022, 15:30Passed
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September 2022
Saturday 17
15:30 - 16:30

Église Saint-Hermeland

Place de la République 92220 Bagneux
  • Hauts-de-Seine
  • Île-de-France

Visit commented by the church Saint-Hermeland

This medieval church makes the object of a campaign(countryside) of restoration(catering). The bell tower and facades, freed(released) from its scaffolding, are again visible.
Saturday 17 September 2022, 15:30Passed
Conditions
free
Ville de Bagneux

The church Saint-Hermeland, of an architectural high quality, is one of the first buildings listed(classified) in conformance with(for) historic monuments in France, from 1862. His(Her,Its) sculpted decorations(sets) are among richest and the most various of the Parisian suburb. She(It) is built between 1160 and 1230, in a time(period) of big(great) revival of religious architecture, since Gothic style, that they think invented in the abbey church of Saint-Denis in 1140, is going to allow thanks to technical advances(overhangs) (vault on crossing of ogive, buttressing) to drill walls and to put back(let in) light in churches, supplanting Romance architecture so in Ile-de-France then in all country.
Although more reduced dimensions(size), she(it) is compared with the cathedral Notre-Dame of Paris, on which the parish of Bagneux depended. More or less contemporary, geographically close, they present stylistic similarities which can leave to think that the workers of Notre-Dame worked in Bagneux. She(It) contains spicy(found) funeral paving stones dating the from XIIIth centuries till XVIth centuries, organ loft of the XVIIth century.

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Église Saint-Hermeland
Place de la République 92220 Bagneux
  • Hauts-de-Seine
  • Île-de-France
Church built in the last quarter of the twelfth century, completed (choir) in the thirteenth century. Characteristic of the buildings of the first Gothic art of the Parisian region, it is one of the first to have suffered the direct influence of the Notre-Dame de Paris building site. The bell tower was modified in 1722\. Several improvements, as well as restorations, were implemented in the 19th century. Engraved funerary slabs, dating from the 13th to the 16th century, are preserved here. The carved wooden organ stand dates from the 16th century.
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Édifice religieux, Monument historique
Access
Bus: 128, 162, 188, 388, 391