Organ, built by Fermis in 1869 and restored in 2007, and nave of Saint Volusian Abbey, or the Abbatiale Saint-Volusien, in Foix, Ariege, Midi-Pyrenees, France. The church was built in the 12th century, but was later destroyed and rebuilt in the 17th century. The abbey houses the relics of St Volusian, 7th bishop of Tours, who died c. 495 AD. The abbey buildings now house the Prefecture of the Ariege. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Organ, built by Fermis in 1869 and restored in 2007, and nave of Saint Volusian Abbey, or the Abbatiale Saint-Volusien, in Foix, Ariege, Midi-Pyrenees, France. The church was built in the 12th century, but was later destroyed and rebuilt in the 17th century. The abbey houses the relics of St Volusian, 7th bishop of Tours, who died c. 495 AD. The abbey buildings now house the Prefecture of the Ariege. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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