The Church of Saint-Pierre d'Aulnay (French: Église Saint-Pierre d'Aulnay) is an important Medieval church on the way to Saint-Jacques de Compostelle, in Aulnay, Charente-Maritime. The Church is thought to have been built in 1120-1140.Numerous oriental influences can be seen in its designs. For example the first arc of the gate is inspired from Oriental designs. Designs of elephants also find their origin in Oriental designs.
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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Europe
Subcategory Detail:France
Keywords:Aulnay, Eglise Saint Pierre, France, Frankreich, Frankrijk, Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France, Santiago, Santiago de Compostela, Via Turonensis, Way of St James, pelgrim, pelgrimage, peregrino