SECANDA paper models for downloading


Moyen Âge central

8 models

Église Ste-Agnès, de Tréfumel  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.6 version 2b updated

Romanesque church belonging to a very homogeneous local architectural group and specific to the Pays des Faluns (upper valley of Rance river) in Brittany. More information and Download...

Église Saint-Boscat de Tréogat  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 23.1 version 1a

A beautiful church of the Pays Bigouden (SW of Brittany in France) from the beginning of the 14th century, partly in the style named "École de Pont-Croix" and largely built in prasinite. More information and Download...

Église St-Gobrien de Morieux  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 17.3 version 1.a

The nave (late 11th - early 12th century) of this church is a rare and well preserved example of the Romanesque architecture in Brittany and is a typical example of it. The Gothic choir is newer. More information and Download...

Église St-Michel, de Bruc-sur-Aff  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 16.13 version 1a

This rural church in eastern Britain has an ancient nave with an elegant frame bell tower, contrasting with the large transept and choir with cut sides that are much more recent (late nineteenth century). More information and Download...

Église de St-Nectaire  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 16.9 version 1a

This famous church is a masterpiece of the Romanesque art and a very representative example of the style of the Romanesque architecture from Auvergne, in central France ("massif barlong" on the transept crossing, blind nave with inner galleries and outer arches, etc.). More information and Download...

Chapelle du Temple, en Pléboulle  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 16.8 version 1a

Originally, this Breton chapel was possibly a Templar or Hospitaller chapel although no ancient document will allow to formally attest it. However it was modifyed thereafter. More information and Download...

Chapelle St-Etienne, de Guer  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 16.2 version 1a

Looking like a old barn, this modest chapel, formerly inside a priory, is one of the oldest chapel in Britanny. It has a rare and remarkable chevet which difficult to date but whose style recalls the Carolingian era. More information and Download...

Chapelle Ste-Agathe, de Langon  [1:100]

ref.: Secanda 15.4 version 1a

This tiny chapel is the oldest chapel in Britain. It was established in the former home thermals of a Roman villa now disappeared. More information and Download...