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Church Saint-Martin of Rongy
France

La guerre 1914-1918 a détruit, comme partout dans l’entité, de nombreux bâtiments. L’église de Rongy fut détruite à la fin de la guerre, le 20 octobre 1918. Heureusement, la plus grande partie de son mobilier fut sauvée par le curé de l’époque, notamment l’autel principal en chêne, datant de 1703 et mesurant 13 mètres de long. On a pu le replacer dans l’église dont la reconstruction fut achevée en 1928.On découvre aussi à l’entrée du bâtiment un monument funéraire à la mémoire de François de Roisin, officier de Napoléon, mort en1812, lors de la campagne de Russie.

La photo a été prise en mai 2012, en début de soirée. Panorama réalisé en version HDR (enfuse).

Source : http://www.eglisesouvertes.be/church_detail.asp?n=saint-martin&churchID=35

Copyright: Franck Masschelein
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Resolution: 10680x5340
Chargée: 28/05/2012
Mis à jour: 11/09/2014
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Tags: church; saint-martin; rongy; belgium; hdr; enfuse
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