Jumieges Abbey, transept, Anglo-Norman Romanesque and Gothic architecture, France.

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Jumieges Abbey, transept, Anglo-Norman Romanesque and Gothic architecture, France. Consecrated in the presence of William the Conqueror in 1067. Once regarded as a model for monasteries, it was known for its works among the poor. The church would be enlarged in 1253 and later in 1573. It was destroyed in the French Revolution.https://digital.kenyon.edu/peregphotos/1349/thumbnail.jp

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