I thought I’d share another church door for this week’s Thursday Doors post. Unlike the delightful tiny gem featured last week, this is a large village church which feels a little neglected these days but which must have been quite magnificent centuries ago in its heyday. Built, as so many of the local churches, during the 12th century, the building has suffered much damage during its long history, during the period of the Hundred Years War (14th to 15th century), the wars of religion in the 14th century and even a hurricane in 1816. Despite various restoration projects the building has been left feeling a little unloved and neglected. I visited today in-between various drizzly rain showers. Without further ado I present the church of Saint Arthemy……….
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