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Southern Burgundy Romanesque ChurchesBurgy Romanesque (11th century) Church

On top of a hill surround by vineyards you will find Saint Baptiste church. This Romanesque church was built in the late 11th century and had modifications done in the 13th. Saint Baptiste is the village church of Burgy in the wine-growing region just northwest of M√Ęcon.

Saint Baptiste has an exceptionally large bell tower that dominates the view for miles around. It is a modest church with only has one nave, wood beams to support its roof and a bell tower with one window.

Saint Baptiste offers wonderful views of the local vineyards and rolling hills. It is an ideal spot for a picnic or to start a hike, there are trials nearby.

Saint Baptiste is located on the road between Burgy and the village of Viré not far from Tournus and the A6 Autoroute in the department of the Saone-et-Loire.

In the village is the Restaurant - Aux Tisons de Burgy.

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