Jumieges Abbey, transept, Anglo-Norman Romanesque and Gothic architecture, France. Consecrated in the presence of William the Conqueror in 1067. Once regarded as a model for monasteries, it was known for its works among the poor. The church would be enlarged in 1253 and later in 1573. It was destroyed in the French Revolution.
Jumieges Abbey, transept, Anglo-Norman, Romanesque, Gothic, architecture