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Église Saint Sané
eglise St Sané

Saint Sané Church

The most striking feature is the altarpiece in the south chapel, which depicts the scene of the beheading of St. John the Baptist in starkly realistic relief. Records show that Saint-Sané church dates back to 1640, but it has been modified by annexes added to the nave at various times. The church is the result of the merger of two chapels, giving it an original appearance with its two opposing bell towers. The sacristy was built from the stones of the former Sainte-Suzanne chapel, which stood to the north. Its bell tower dominates the east gable. Open from July 9 to August 27, Thursdays, 3pm-6pm.
56330 Camors

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