Outside of Limeuil stands a lone chapel. This 12th century church was in the worst condition of all we visited. It's dark, imposing exterior surrounded by colorful burial crypts beckoned us to come take a look...so we did. One could honestly spend all their time just visiting 12th century churches on a trip like this.
The original dedication stone, in Latin. In reading about the history of the church here, I discovered this chapel was dedicated to Thomas Becket, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The name of Saint Martin was added later. There is a very long, complicated history between England and France. (Understatement.)
Frescoes painted long ago. Some still remain. I wonder what the church looked like in its glory days.