The Collegiale Saint Liphard in Meung-sur-Loire, France, is an 11th-century collegiate church famous for its portals and doors. Built around 1020AD, its tympanum has intricate carvings and its doorway arches are decorated with floral designs. It is full of beautiful historical details, including its stained glass windows, sculptures, and frescoes. Inside, visitors can take in the high vaulted ceiling, soaring columns, and the intricately decorated altar. The frescoes feature Biblical scenes from the New Testament, as well as scenes from the French revolution and Napoleon's coronation. The Collegiale Saint Liphard is a must-see for any traveler visiting the region.
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