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Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (2)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (1)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (3)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (4)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (2)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (1)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (3)
Eglise Saint Martin de Gajac (4)

Eglise Saint-Martin de Gajac to Gajac

Originally dedicated to Notre-Dame, the church dates back to the 11th century, with the exception of the aisle added in the 16th century. The choir, enclosed by a cul-de-four apse, has retained its Romanesque appearance, although the raising of the floor in the 19th century masks the base of the pillars. A triumphal arch, one of the capitals of which is adorned with a blessing Christ, marks the entrance, and an arcature resting on 15 capitals decorated with animals and human beings delimits it. The north aisle, added as a result of the increase in population, is the same width as the nave. It has three rib-vaulted bays and a star-vaulted chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The church is listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments.

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