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English: Church of Ablis, Yvelines, France. Detail of the northern stained glass window (bottom right part). From left to right: A patron, Saint Anne, the Virgin Mary (child). The inscription below this part of the window states BEATAE MARIAE VIRGINI INFANTIAE SANCTAE. Mid XVIth century window, restored in 1874 by N. Lorin.
Français : Église d'Ablis, Yvelines, France. Détail du vitrail nord (partie basse de la lancette de droite). De gauche à droite : une donatrice, Sainte Anne, la Vierge Marie (enfant). L'inscription en bas de la lancette est la suivante : BEATAE MARIAE VIRGINI INFANTIAE SANCTAE. Vitrail du milieu du XVIe siècle, restaurée par N. Lorin en 1874.
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48° 30′ 57.59″ N, 1° 50′ 8.97″ E

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