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Provins, Église Saint-Ayoul, Seine et Marne, France, 4321
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L'église Saint-Ayoul de Provins date du XIe siècle. Elle est édifiée à la suite d'une guérison attribué à un miracle sur le lieu qui entraine la découverte en l’an mil de la sépulture de Saint-Ayoul qui avait été enterré dans le plus grand secret par les moines en 845. Le Comte de Champagne décide d'édifier l'église sur l'emplacement.

Les premières foires commerciales de la ville ont lieu sur le parvis de cette église.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89glise_Saint-Ayoul_de_Provins

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