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Transept, east wall
This is the least altered part of the church interior. The walls are divided, as in the first bay of the presbytery, by massive servants in the form of semi-columns with prominent bases and cubic capitals. They carry massive arches, separating the transept's rectangular bays, covered with late-Romanesque cross-ribbed vaults, and the square bay of the crossing of the aisles, covered with a stellar vault from the church's restoration in the 19th century. The eastern wall of the transept shows recesses left over from the now walled-up arcades that once connected the interior of the transept and the antero-presbyterial chapels (one in the northern and two in the southern arm of the transept). Above, small Romanesque semicircular windows have been preserved - walled up in the north wing, open in the south wing.