Location pre-spotted by Film France network
53306
updated: 04/28/2022
PRIORY NOTRE-DAME - LARAMIERE - CHURCH
46260 Laramière
France
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Occitanie Film Commission / Gindou Cinéma : Lot, Tarn-et-Garonne

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53306
PRIORY NOTRE-DAME - LARAMIERE - CHURCH
46260 Laramière
France
Contact the commission

Occitanie Film Commission / Gindou Cinéma : Lot, Tarn-et-Garonne

| +33 (0)5 65 22 89 69

Caption: 04/2008/15.00/W/church IN.
Caption: 04/2008/15.00/N/church tower
Caption: 04/2008/15.00/SW/wing - altar
Caption: 04/2008/15.00/NW/nave
Location type
Environment
Countryside,
Village
General presentation
Location Condition Type
Well maintained
Location History
1145: Foundation of the priory by Bertrand de Grifeuilles.13th century: construction of a new monastery strengthened. 1368: English are chased away on order of king Charles V.1381-1385: plunder by Ratier.1588-1589: occupation by the Calvinists.1589: liberation by Antoine de Bournazel, seneschal of Rouergue.15.01.1661: the Jesuit fathers of Toulouse take up the priory. 1762: banishment of the Jesuits.1793: in the French Revolution the priory is sold to the citizen Joseph Alexandre Bergeron.1846: The priory is resold to 4 families.1840-1856: Continuation of the south building by a succession of small buildings.1960: The left priory is invaded by the vegetation.1974: It becomes the property of Mr. and Mrs Touvet who begin its restoration. 2004: the roads to Saint Jacques de Compostelle go back by Laramière.
Construction period
XIIIth Century,
XVIIth Century
Dominant style
Art Roman,
Gothic - Middle Ages,
Louis XIV - Louis XV