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Religious building , Church , Roman in Saint-Romain-sous-Gourdon
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The entirely Romanesque church, probably built in several phases between the 11th century (the nave) and the end of the 12th century, was the successor to a very ancient place of worship since Merovingian sarcophagi were found on the spot. To be seen: capitals representing works and the Nativity, sculpted modillions (animals, human figures, monsters).