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Saint-Symphorien Church, Vieil-Baugé

By Ray42
I took these pictures at Saint-Symphorien Church, Vieil-Baugé, in the Pays de la Loire< France. Evidentally it was built this way and there are several others in the area. This one not only twisted but bent as well. There are quite a few in France, some in Italy and a few in Germany, and also there is one in St Mary and All Saints in Chestfield in the Peak District in approximately 1360, although they say it was because of unseasoned wood. According to the French they were built this way.

Tags: Travel Architecture Churches Spires Landscape and travel Steeples

Voters: Coast, Glostopcat, nickyv32 and 3 more


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Coast 11 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2008 5:07PM
Image 2 for me. Great calendar picture. Sky a little wishy washy in image 1 IMHO.

Regards
Paul

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Ray42 11 3 England
21 Jun 2008 5:46PM
Thanks Paul - I didnt think to change the sky at all to busy concentrating on the spire - will change it.
nickyv32 11 135 England
22 Jun 2008 6:32PM
Love the twisted spire, great detail. Super set of shots,

Nicky
pluckyfilly 12 351 33 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2008 8:20AM
lovely church and landscape shot
Ray42 11 3 England
26 Jun 2008 8:16AM
Thanks for the clicks and the kind comments and criticisms - most appreciated
Guillaume 12 119 2 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2008 9:22AM
Nice series and what a bizarre piece of architecture! I had never seen any churches like that before.

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