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16 and 17 September 2023Passed
Conditions
Free. Free entry outside the celebrations.
Registration
September 2023
Saturday 16
09:00 - 15:30
Sunday 17
13:00 - 19:00

Église Saint-Jean d’Étampes

Place Saint-Jean d’Étampes, 33650 La Brède
  • Gironde
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Display of Priestly Vestments

Come and discover the church of La Brède, of the 11th century, largely rebuilt late 19th century and recently restored. Also enjoy an exhibition of priestly vestments.
16 and 17 September 2023Passed
Conditions
Free. Free entry outside the celebrations.
Registration
©Association des Amis de l'église Saint-Jean-d'Etampes de la Brède

Come and discover the church of La Brède, of the 11th century, largely rebuilt late 19th century and recently restored. Also enjoy an exhibition of priestly vestments.

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Exposition
Thèmes 2023
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Conditions de participation
Gratuit
Type de public
Tout public

About the location

Église Saint-Jean d’Étampes
Place Saint-Jean d’Étampes, 33650 La Brède
  • Gironde
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine
This is the oldest building in the commune. Dedicated to Saint John of Etampes or Estampes, it owes its name to the presence on the parish of a templar installation on the site of one of the oldest houses of the Bourg.
Following the outrages of time, the monument was the subject of a reconstruction in neo-Romanesque style by the architect Gustave Alaux, friend and disciple of Viollet Le Duc between 1854 and 1864.
The original building retains the façade of the nave and the central portal in Saintongeais Romanesque style, dating from the 11th century. To note, the magnificent modillions of the portal.
The restoration carried out by the Commune between 2000 and 2003 highlights the beauty of the complex in the heart of the ancient Bourg.
Tags
Monument historique, Édifice religieux
Access
Exit 1,1 motorway A62 , parking nearby.
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