A masterpiece of 12th century wall painting, located between Cluny and Mâcon.
A masterpiece of 12th century wall painting.
Situated between Cluny and Mâcon, the priory of Berzé-la-Ville was created by the abbot of Cluny, Hugues de Semur, in which he received distinguished guests and in which he isolated himself from the intense political and religious life of the Abbey of Cluny. The chapel still bears an extremely well-preserved mural decoration. Built on two levels, the lower chapel bears some traces of paintings but it is in the upper chapel that the visitor discovers a jewel of Romanesque art.
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