grignan_4The oldest monument of Grignan. From primitive Romance style, the vault dates from the XI ème century. Its so pure frontage as well as the regularity of its construction in small apparatus, make a remarkable building of it.















grignan_2In this cemetery existed formerly two churches, dependent since 1105 on the abbey of Tournus: Notre-Dame, destroyed, belonged to the diocese of Saint-Paul-three-castles and Saint Vincent with the diocese of Die.










grignan_7Mentioned in a bubble of the pope Pascal II, April 24, 1105, it depended on the priory of Tourrettes and was parish church since 1280 until the XV ème century. The interior is worthy of outside. Its apse, arched in bottom of furnace, however appears to have undergone many transformations.














grignan_6The goods of the abbey of Tournus were attached to the chapter of Grignan into 1539 little before its installation in collegial Saint Saver.

















grignan_8The very sober nave was lengthened of a span towards the west. The gate is a beautiful work of the beginning of the XIII ème century in the Romance tradition. The interior is worthy of outside.
















grignan_1Its apse, arched in bottom of furnace, however appears to have undergone many transformations.
The apse with external sides was rebuilt with the XVII ème century.





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