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Eglise Saint-Ergat de Pouldergat

Non listed, Church, Historical sites and monuments at Pouldergat
  • The church was dedicated to saint Ergat. There still are in this building some elements of the Romanesque church built in the twelfth century.
    The four pillars of the choir among to the school of Pont-Croix (early fourteenth century).
    At the end of the sixteenth century was erected the western gable as evidenced by the many visible inscriptions on the façade (1585, 1588 ...).
    This set is a nice example of Gothic architecture from the Cornwall. To the east, a chapel built in the late seventeenth century, as evidenced by the design of the upper part.
    To the east, a chapel was built in the late seventeenth century, as evidenced by the design of the upper part.

  • The church was dedicated to saint Ergat. There still are in this building some elements of the Romanesque church built in the twelfth century.
    The four pillars of the choir among to the school of Pont-Croix (early fourteenth century).
    At the end of the sixteenth century was erected the western gable as evidenced by the many visible inscriptions on the façade (1585, 1588 ...).
    This set is a nice example of Gothic architecture from the Cornwall. To the east, a chapel built in the late...
    The church was dedicated to saint Ergat. There still are in this building some elements of the Romanesque church built in the twelfth century.
    The four pillars of the choir among to the school of Pont-Croix (early fourteenth century).
    At the end of the sixteenth century was erected the western gable as evidenced by the many visible inscriptions on the façade (1585, 1588 ...).
    This set is a nice example of Gothic architecture from the Cornwall. To the east, a chapel built in the late seventeenth century, as evidenced by the design of the upper part.
    To the east, a chapel was built in the late seventeenth century, as evidenced by the design of the upper part.