Église Saint-Austremoine

The Church of Saint Austremoine is a former Benedictine abbey built in the first third of the twelfth Century1 and more specifically in 1130, making it the second of five major churches in Basse-Auvergne. It is dedicated to Austremoine of Clermont or Stremonius, first bishop of Clermont-Ferrand and Auvergne evangelist of the late third century. It is the subject of a classification as a historic monument since 1840, but part of the first list of French historical monuments, the list of historic monuments in 1840, which included 1 034 monuments. Restorations of the nineteenth century have gone to the church's multi-colored interior (between 1857 and 1859).

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