Where is Europe’s largest underground church?

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Here is the option for the question :

  • Italy
  • France
  • Spain
  • Greece

The Answer:

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The Church of Saint Jean is the largest subterranean church in Europe, and it was cut directly into a limestone cliff along the Dronne river valley at some point during the 12th century. [STC001076] Along the path that leads to Santiago de Compostela is where you’ll find the monolithic church. It’s possible that this church was constructed as a sacred reliquary for pilgrims to house religious objects while they went through the region. The spectacular nave has strong stone columns and ceilings that soar to a height of sixty feet, and just off the main room is a necropolis that has more than eighty sarcophagi in it. The village of Aubeterre-sur-Dronne, in which the church may be found, is recognized as one of “France’s Most Beautiful Villages” (French: Les Plus Beaux Villages de France) by the French government.