St Germain de la Coudre, France
The roof structure of this 15th century old church had suffered from great damages, so a complete dismantling became necessary. The restoration works begun by the main tower followed by the triumphal arch. The last restoration phase was the restoration of the chancel framewrok and its vault which now has recovered its splendid paint pattern.
During the dismantling some painted wooden pieces have been preserved and restored on site. This building is a testimony of the local identity and its past.