Saint Loup de Naud roman church front
Saint Loup de Naud is a rather small village not far from Provins.It has one of the oldest and most interesting roman churches of all Ile de France. It was built in the 11th and 12th centuries. The name of the village comes from Saint Loup, bishop of Sens, whose relics were venerated here.
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