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Nef, église romane Ste Foy (XIe siècle), Morlaàs, Béarn, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, France.

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Nef, église romane Ste Foy (XIe siècle), Morlaàs, Béarn, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, France.

Eglise fondée en 1080 par Centulle V de Béarn après son installation vers 1070 à Morlaàs qui allait rester la capitale du Béarn jusqu’au XIIIe siècle et le déplacement de la cour vicomtale à Orthez, Morlaàs était une étape importante de la Via Tolosane vers St Jacques de Compostelle.
Le remarquable portail de l’église a été restauré au XIXe sur des plans de Viollet-le-Duc.

Posted by byb64 on 2015-03-14 18:28:18

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