Eglise Sainte Anne - Corgoloin
Heritage from Corgoloin
Sainte Anne Church, classified as Historical Monument, has been built in 13th century. Influenced by the cistercian romanesque style, it is characterized by a choir with flat chevet lighted by twi windows surrounded by a rosace. The church has been built with local brown-pink local stone. Plundered and burnt by Croates of Général Galas in 1636, it has been repared thanks to Lord of Cussigny and Lord of Premeaux.
In 17th century, the vault has been replaced by a framework nave-shaped, as in Hotel-Dieu in Beaune.
The pavement has been made with tombstones which were around the church : we can see tombs of Etienne de Nantueil, Lord of Cussigny (1472) and Helie d’Hugon, Lord of Premeaux (1634).
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