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89520 MOUTIERS EN PUISAYE
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The murals of Moutiers is one of the largest collections of Burgundy.
The north wall of the nave is decorated Romanesque of the twelfth century or early thirteenth, dedicated to the life of Christ, and overlay, half of a triptych of the fifteenth century.
The south wall, three sets of registers sometimes bunk beds are dated from the late thirteenth century and early fourteenth century in a procession from the windows, and Genesis of the birth of Eve to the murder of Abel. The lower register is composed of two parts: one cycle of the life of Saint John the Baptist and the flood.
On the back of the facade decor great people dating from the mid-twelfth century liaison between the north and south walls of the nave.
Other wall paintings from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century are also present in the north chapel and the choir.