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A symbol of 15th-century Gothic
The main facade of Saint-Brice Church in Ay is adorned with numerous statues. A male figure stands on the left side of the main door and a female on the right, surrounding a statue representing God. A triple archivolt recounts the life of Brice of Tours and that of the winegrowers, mingled with legendary animals. Above the central door, a stained-glass window stands covered with stone lace. Saint-Brice Church is a symbol of 15th-century Gothic architecture.
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