The Romanesque-Byzantine style church at Cause de Clérans
dates from the end of the 11th century and the 12th century,
but its nave is modern. Notice the steeple on the crossing,
sheltering a dome on pendentives, an apse in the shape of a
quarter-sphere, and six columns with arched mouldings as
The capitals are carved with persons, birds, and lions. You
can see a bishop between two wolves and an eagle with the
wings open and hanging down.
The apse is decorated with seven arcs of brackets hanging on
columns whose capitals are carved with birds and quadrupeds.
Church : Discovery Photos