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When the visitor enters inside the church, he is struck by the fair clearness which laps the stone.
The light flows by the high windows and is reflected on the white calcareous stone of Revermont.
These stones are in place for 4 centuries without any cleaning. They are as nice as they just come from the quarry.
We can see the very pretty roodscreen separating the nave, only accessible to faithful, and the chorus, reserved to the monks.
This splendid roodscreen is a construction of an astonishing richness of decoration of arcs in handle of basket.
This church is now unused.

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