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Saint Chinian, The Abbey Church and Cloister
Languedoc-Roussillon

The abbey church dates from the ninth century. It was looted and devastated during the French Revolution when she was cut from the apse at the same time. The cloister left long abandonment has been the subject of a restoration undertaken by the City Council and General Council. Since 2005, it is classified buildings of France.

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