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The church of Saint-Savinien at Melle, Deux-Sèvres, is the only one of the three churches at Melle to have been built inside the original city. It is also the oldest of the three, consisting of a single nave.

Used as a prison between 1801 and 1927, it is now used as a cultural centre, housing temporary exhibitions and music concerts.

The picture is a vertical stitch of two photographs.

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